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1970 



HOURGLASS 



Wilmington High School 
Wilmington, Mass. 



LET IT BE 





Four long years 



Scheduling 




Learning and 



A CHALLENGE 




table of contents 

introduction 2 

memorial 17 

dedication 18 

faculty 1 

activities 3 

sports 45 

seniors 5 










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changing rules 



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developing talents 




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getting there on time 




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getting the point 




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facing obstacles 





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realizing community responsibilities 



realizing family responsibilities 



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Mr. Harold S. Shea for his service to the school system and 
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DEDICATION 



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To Mr. Cripps, for his support and 
leadership, the Class of 1970 dedicates 
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Miss Marshall 
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Mr. DiSarcina 
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Miss Dadoly Science 



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School Committee — Mrs. Hooper, Mr. Lanni, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Pierce, 
Mr. McNamarah, Mr. Fay, and Miss Imbimbo. 






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Superintendent of Schools 
Walter Pierce 




Principal 
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Assistant Principal 
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Miss Waitkevich 
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Miss Abbood 
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Mr. Krey 
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Miss Faro 
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Mr. Fesscnden 
History 



Miss Gilbert 
Physical Education 



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Mrs. Long 
English 




Mr. DeRose 
Music 



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Mr. Keady 

History 




Mrs. Bellinger 

Business Education 




Mr. Joyce — English 






Mrs. Cowhig 
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Mr. Dicey 

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Mrs. Lewis 
Spanish 



Mrs. Shea 
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Mrs. Osmond 
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Mr. Doyle 
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Mrs. Kanchuga 
Home Economics 



Mrs. Bell 

Math 




Miss McCarthy 

Physical Education 




Mr. Cogan 

Guidance 








Mr. Gonzales 
Spanish 




Miss Keshishian 
History 



Mrs. Webber 
Business Education 




Miss Rundblad 
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Mr. Gardner 

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History 



Mr. Fardy 
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Mrs. Fitzgibbons 

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Mr. Pollard — Shop 



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Mr. Babcock 
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Mr. Gillis 

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Mr. Beaton 

History 



Mr. Grecoe — English 



Mr. Kelley 

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Miss Gershon 
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Mr. Ollson 

History 



Mr. Lentine 
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Mr. Breakey 
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Mr. Cripps 
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Miss Kennedy 

Miss Quinn 




Mrs. Brenner 
Work Study 




Miss Scarpito — Substitute 




Mrs. Winchell 
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Nurses — Mrs. Harvey and Mrs. Martin. 



Teacher Aides — Mrs. Landry, Mrs. Boyden, Mrs. McNaughton, 
Mrs. Wentworth, Mrs. Tarricove. 



Cafeteria Staff — Mrs. Downs, 
Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. 
Cutter, Mrs. MacDonald, Mrs. 
Harvey, Mrs. Blomerth, Mrs. 
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Maintainence Staff — Mr. Downs, 
Mr. Patterson, Mr. Clague, Mr. 
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1st row — Lois Miller, Judy Watson, Nancy Crosson, Diana Inman, Anne Mathews, Chris Mahoney, 
Hugh Wiberg, Steve Moore, Mark Bouvier, Dave Vokey. 2nd row — Steve Sullivan, Ruth-Ellen 
Corum, Joan Arsenault, Karen Ingram, Kathy Baker, Jean Birkenbach, Diane Mathews, Joyce Jack- 
son, Kathy DeMarco, Miss Jackson, advisor. 3rd row — Susan Downes, Linda Pyne, Peggy Vayo, 
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Kneeling — Chris Neville, Mike Harrington. Standing — Nancy Crosson, Judy Watson, Leslie Coville, 
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Seated — Rhonda Carlin, Kathy Leary, Patti Gardner, Maureen Gibbons, Susan Brown, Jackie Caw- 
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1st row — Mr. Cripps, Shem Krey, Alan Heim. 2nd row — 
Susan Brown, Joan Gushing, Joyce Mclver, Kathy Ross. 
3rd row — Mike DiGregorio, Martin Flaherty, Peggy 
Mahoney, Steve Coolidge. 4th row— Harry Landers, Jim 
Lynch, David Gordon. 5th row — Bruce Mclnnes, Walter 
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JUNIOR 
ROTARIANS 



Shem Krey, David Keane, Larry Levine, Mark Win- 
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NATIONAL 

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1st row — Dale Peterson, Janet Mather, Kathi Johnson, Carolyn Cosman, Debbi Dayton, Robyn Rees, 
Joan McQuaid, Janet O'Brien, Anne Blaisdell. 2nd row- — Ann Lombard, Rhonda Carlin, Susan 
Crawford, Bobby Lyford, Larry Harrington, Jon Hayward, Peggy Vayo, Liz Wells, Ottie Thomas, 
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1st row — Dotti Castaldo, Wayne Sferrazza, Anne Blaisdell, Terri O'Conners, Debbi Dayton. 2nd 
row — Sven Wiberg, Peggy Vayo, David McLain, Ann Lombard, Larry Harrington, Steven Goulet. 
3rd row — Pat Sullivan, Richard Buck, Susan Crawford, Robert Lyford, Miss Faro. 4tb row — Sally 
Fantasia, Pat Kelly, John Hayward, Terry Silvers. 




Seated — Mike Lane, David Stone, Suzanne Doucette, Janice Halpin, David Doucette, Steve Goulet. 
Standing — Terri O'Conners, Linda Spinny, Mr. Milley, Bill Jensen, Mike Rounds. 



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1st row — Richard Saulnier, Paul Martell, Jeff Fraser, Stanley Fielding, Jerry Stevens, Michael 
McPheeters, Michael Kaminski, Joe Gallant, Marcel Deveau, Dana McQuaid. 2nd row — Mr. Krey, 
Suzanne Doucette, Terry Silvers, Janis Halpin, David Doucette, Steve Goulet, Leslie Russo, Gary 
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Seated — Carol Bender, Michele Amicangioli, Gayle Boyden, Margaret Stevens, Maureen Quinn, 
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1st row — Tommy Aprile, Patti Sullivan, Mr. Cripps, Billy Doyle. 2nd row — Jimmy Lynch, Carol 
Freeman, Mike Lane, Anne Blaisdell, Kerry O'Rourke, Robin Sullivan. 3rd row — Walter Carney, 
Billy Cole, John Tnebideau, Nancy London, Leslie Russo, Sydna Anderson, .Joyce McMillan, 
Stephanie Langone. 4th row — Martin Flaherty, Bobbie Capozzi, Danny Sullivan, Harry Latta, Gary 
Whitcomb. 5th row — Harry Landers, Bob Mataresse, Pat DiFillipo, Glenn Arsenault, Bob Arzilli, 
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Front — Dale Peterson, editor; Bob Lyford. Back — Ann Lombard, Shannon O'Brien, Lance Piatt, 
Larry Harrington, Fred Campbell, Patti Sullivan, Michelle Gillis, Martha Rounds, Jackie Micalizzi, 
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Seated — Mike Fioretti, Anthony Cuoco. Standing — 
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1st row — Dominic Sola, Cathy Komenchuk, Ed Patenaud, Janis Shaw, Earle Merrill, Robert Zen- 
gilowski. 2nd row — Evelyn Kuczinski, Beth Jepson, Eddie Mann, Diane Hadley, John Penny, 
Joanne Deveau, Peter Gonsalves. 3rd row — Carol Higgins, William Meagan, Carol Yentile, Patricia 
Graves, Mrs. Brennen, Francis Ouellette. 4th row — Arthur Barnaby, John Noonan, John Thibeault, 
Mike Shea, Ralph Block, Mike DiFillipo, Dennis Martin. 




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SENIOR 
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1st row — Harry Landers, Pat DiFillipo, Frank Leverone, 
Bill Jensen. Seated — Mr. Cripps. 2nd row — /oyce Mclver, 
Peggy Mahoney, Glee Corsetti, Kathy Ross, Patty Griffin. 



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1st row: Coach Bellissimo; Carl Cotter; Mark Druggan; Alan Heim; 
Kenny Cleary, co-capt.; Bruce Maclnnis, co-capt.; Tom Coates; John 
McNevin; Mike DeGregorio; Dan Ballou; Billy Gustus; Coach 
Ritchie. 2nd row: Coach Malay, Alan Janson, Robin Meads, Sid 
Tildsley, Mike Curran, Mike Esposito, Jim Irwin, George Ander- 
son, Dick Gillis, Bill DeLisle, Rick Smallidge, Steve Catalano, 
Coach Gillis. 3rd row: Larry Harrington, Leo Campbell, Mark Jep- 



son, Tony Romano, Eddie Ward, Richard Marasco, Bobby Noel, 
Mike Severin, Jimmy Ritchie, Walter Hills, Leonard Sawyer, Rich- 
ard Gearty, manager Mike Sugorue. 4th row: Daniel McDonald, 
Robert Gillis, Mike Rounds, Colin Scovil, Robert Stygles, Richard 
Barry, Arthur Bibeau, Kenneth Bonnell, Stephen Holloway, Sven 
Wiberg, Robert Conlin, Joseph Scifo, Ray Ventura, Robert Catalano. 





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1st row: Linda Bridges; Mary Jane Harrison; Joyce MacMillan; Joan Cushing, capt.; Dotti Castaldo. 
2nd row: Susan Brown, Pat Griffin. 3rd row: Joan Bellissimo, Susan Landers, Judy Boeri, Cathy 
Gillis, Linda Spinny, Patty Lawrenson. 





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Kneeling: Rick Russell; Jim Lynch; Wesley Bacon, capt.; Mark Winchell; John Friberg. 2nd row: 
Cliff Friberg; Lennie Sawyer, capt.; Steve Goulet; Rich Weed; Carl Cotter; John Hayward; Ralph 
Halpin. 3rd row: Coach Kelley, Ricky Keane, Bob Connors, Jack Barry, Roger Richard, Colin Scovil, 
Bill Badiali, Rickie Marasco, Ralph Decker, Bob Thomas, Rickie Barry, Steve Gustus. 





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Stone, Bob Mataresse, Bill Cole, Walter Carney, Bob Capozzi. 2nd Row: Richard Lipski, Bob 
Wayland, Harry Latta, Harry Stewart, John Lipiello, John Conlin, Doug Harrison. 3rd Row: Coach 
Lentine, Marcel Deveau, Willis Whalen, Frank Simmons, Lance Piatt, Ralph Decker, Tom Beaton, 
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Wildcat — Sonja Anderson. 1st Row: 
Donna O'Brien; Lee Hubby, co-capt.; 
Lyn Arnold, co-capt.; Joyce Maclver, 
Sally Fantasia, Donna Brewster. 2nd 
Row: Kathi Johnson, Carol Cosman, 
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Gloria Smith. Standing: Peggy McNamara, Cheryl 
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Bill Jensen; Dennis Murphy; Bill Gustus; Alan Heim; 
Dan Ballou, capt.; Lance Piatt; Tom Mirsola; Tom 
Beaton; Frank Leverone; John McNevin; Rick Smallidge; 
Coach DiSarcina; Coach Stone. 





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Kneeling: Susan Brown, Mary Jane Harrison, Patty Griffin, Joyce MacMillan. 
Standing: Liz Godzyk, manager; Stephane Langone; Linda Spinney; Betty Kroll; 
Ann Lombard; Donna Paulsen; Peggy Vayo; Karen Lesnik, manager; Miss Dadoly, 
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1st row — Mike DiGregorio, Wally Neal, Steve Catalano, Jim Irwin, David Irwin, Peter Tighe, Ray 
York. 2nd row — Coach Fessenden, Frank McLean, William Lynch, Dennis Sullivan, Ken Caira, 
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Cliff Friberg, Lennie Sawyer, capt., Steve Goulet, Rich Weed, Carl Cotter, Jon Hayward, Ralph 
Halpin. 3rd row — Coach Kelley, Ricky Keane, Bob Connors, Jacky Barry, Roger Richard, Colin 
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1st row — Richard Weed, Ricky Russell, Wesley Bacon, Chad Winchell, John Friberg. 2nd row — 
Mr. Carr, Cliff Friberg, Mike Curran, Rick Smallidge, John Daniell, Jon Hayward, Steve Goulet, 
Larry Harrington, Kevin McCormick, Leonard Sawyer, Mike Esposito. 3rd row — Coach Kelley, 
Mike Harrington, Bill Badiali, John Barry, Richard Keane, Bruce McMillan, Sven Wiberg, Richard 
Barry, Aaron Thomas, Ernie Taylor, Ralph Halpin, Frank McLean, Michael Kaminski. 




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COULD YOU IMAGINE? 




the senior class without its clowns ? 







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Junior Variety Show 

May 2 & 3, 1969 





A World of Our Own 

Hillview Country Club 
April 18, 1969 




Mary Jane Harrison, Pat Lowell, Joan Cushing, Queen Janet O'Brien, Janis 
Jaquith, Robyn Rees, Lorraine Kenny. 





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UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE 

December 12 & 13, 1969 





CAST 

Dr Maxwell Clarke Larry Levine 

Sylvia Barrett Gail Bannister 

Beatrice Schachter Elizabeth Wells 

Paul Barringer Christopher Biemann 

J. J. McHabe Harry Landers 

Ella Friedenberg Anne Blaisdell 

Frances Egan Dorothy Castaldo 

Samuel Bester Christopher Neville 

Sadie Finch Joan McQuaid 

Students George Robertie, Dan Sullivan, 

Janet Mather, Carolyn Cosman, 

Paul Cole, Robyn Rees, 

Michael Lane, Leslie Russo, 

Ken Stover, Janet O'Brien, 

Kathi Johnson, Kathy Ross, 

Glenn Arsenault, James Graves, 

Susan Laughton, Glee Corsetti, 

Lorraine Kenny, Nancy London 



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From Lollipops to Roses 

June 5, 1970 





Queen Kathi Johnson 



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John Kroll, Sydna Anderson, Janet Mather, Ray York, Joan Cushing, Richard 
Gillis, Queen Kathi Johnson, Robert Volpe, Robyn Rees, Gerard Serzoco, Janis 
Jaquith, Paul Twombley, Mary Jane Harrison, Joseph Langone. 





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SENIOR BANQUET 

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Seated — Janet O'Brien, Mike Lane, Patty Sullivan, Claire Fogg, Anne Blaisdell, Patti Gardner, 
Justine Amicangioli, Patty Lowell. Standing — Mary Alice Branzetti, Nancy London, Lorraine Kenny, 
Sydna Anderson, Mrs. Hamilton, Robyn Rees, Bev Jacobs, Dotti Castaldo, Carolyn Cosman. 




Co-editors — Claire Fogg and Anne Blaisdell. 



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DEBORAH M. ALEXANDER 

Andrews 

Remembers: The shock of my first day; but- 
tered lunch; plastic people; the big G., and 
all the fun in it; T.J. class; skipping lunch 
.... Admires: A free person who has his own 
ideas .... My thing: Hearts .... Impossible 
dream: Living in Wilmington and liking it 
.... A challenge is understanding other peo- 
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JUSTINE E. AMICANGIOLI 
Tina 

Science Fair 2, Liberal Arts Fair 2, Pep Club 
2, Yearbook, Sr. Play. .. .Remembers: Greek 
urns, the M.B., alligators, our pole, $1.15, 
French skits, Senior Play, bells, Jr. sleepout, 
p.j. parties, J.'s driving, C.S.'s skirt, first lunch 
gang, Quizzy Quizzes, Syd blowing up high 
voltage supply, statues, Gloucester, surf's up, 
thumbing to class, whoop-whoop, Turkey Day, 
Mailman, Hampton .... My thing: Fooling 
around and having fun .... Impossible dream: 
To live forever. . . .A challenge is missing gym 
without getting caught. 





LYN K. ARNOLD 

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Fb. Cheerleading 2,3, co-capt. 4; Basketball 
1,2,3; Pep Club 1; J.V. Show; Field Hockey 1 
....Remembers: February 2, 1968; M.A.B.'s 
party; night at Joan's; chicken noodle soup; 
Caponi's; weekend at Hampton; Jr. sleep-out; 

Saturday Night at the Movies; W.K.W 

My thing: Not getting along with a certain 
oerson. . . .Impossible dream: To go to Wales 
....A challenge is trying to keep your cool 
around a certain U.S. history teacher. 



SYDNA L. ANDERSON 
Syd 

Sr. Play; Pep Club 1,2; Ski Club 3,4; Year- 
book; Alpha 1; Liberal Arts Fair 2. . . .Remem- 
bers: The M.B., "Surf's up," thumbing to Span- 
ish, Sonny, alligators, Martha, "Bells," J's 
sleepout, C.S.'s skirt, telephone!, Webber epi- 
sode, Fudgies, door knobs, Mr. O'R's paper 
clip, French skits, my buddies in Winchester 
. . . .Admires: Uncle Al — the kiddies pal. . . . 
My thing: Messin' around .... Impossible 
dream: To keep from laughing for one day. . . . 
A challenge is being able to sleep until eleven 
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ROY J. ANDERSON 
Leroy 

Science Fair 2, Ski Club 3. . . .Remembers: Miss 
Dadoly's chemistry class, Geno's problems class 
....Admires: Mr. Kelley for being brave 
enough to stand in the middle of the corridor 
when the lunch bell rings. . . .My thing: Play- 
ing basketball against . someone bigger than I 
am and winning. . . .Impossible dream: Finding 
a nice girl who doesn't know anyone in the 
world except me. . . .A challenge is trying to 
get an 80 average in Mr. Kelley's algebra class. 




GLENN J. ARSENAULT 
Glenn 

J.V. Show, Sr. Play, Ski Club 4 Remem- 
bers: Sundance's '54 Oldsmobile, Doctor Far- 
ello for a two hour lab period. . . .My thing: 
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ROBERT E. ARZILLI 
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Ski Club 2,3,4; J.V. Show; Interact 3 Re- 
members: 3 S.'s, the T.C. and the summer of 
'69, trip to Hawaii, the L.G., Hendrix, ski trip 
'69, R-R. and the C.'s, telecaster, the Big G.B., 

Kathy, California, the letter Admires: 

"Her" for what she is and what she'll never be 
. . . . My thing: My guitar because it's the only 
thing the bank doesn't own half of ... . Impos- 
sible dream: To break-up with a girl and not 
hate her for ever after. . . A challenge is beat- 
ing my sister to the bathroom. 





DANIEL H. BALLOU, JR. 
White Knight 

Track 1; Soccer 1; Football 2,4; Basketball 
1,2,3 capt. 4. . . .Remembers: Laureen, the Pitts, 
Chelsea with Espo & Kerrigan, Hi Guys! 
Chelmsford Hex, first gym classes of freshman 
year, Mission Impossible. . . .Admires: My par- 
ents .... My thing: Basketball .... Impossible 
dream: Making great moves on the Friday 
night football films. . . .A challenge is making 
crucial football blocks. 





WESLEY BACON 
Wes 

Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track capt. 4; 
Track 1,2,4 .... Remembers: Physics classes, 
beating Tewksbury in cross country in a snow- 
storm. 



ROBERT J. BALLOU 

Ballou 

Remembers: Margo, Nat, Wayne, "the shack," 
Bikini Surf Shop, E.B. and J.B., L.B. and 
'Dude", W.B. and coke, spear chucking, Lain- 
nie, Nan, Mission Impossible, campaign '68 
. . . Admires: Parents. . . .My thing: Surfing 
. . . .Impossible dream: Surfing in a world con- 
test. . . A challenge is surfing. 






GAIL BANNISTER 
Suzy Creamcheese 

Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2,3; Tennis 1, 
2,3; Apparatus 1,2,3; Yearbook; Science Fair 
1,2; Liberal Arts Fair 2; Sr. Play. . . .Remem- 
bers: Surf's up, thumbing to Spanish, the M.B.. 
Martha, alligators, friz twins, a cemetery, C.S.'s 
skirts, Webber episode, grande salle. . . .Ad- 
mires: Uncle Al, the kiddies pal. . . .Impossible 
dream: To instill peace in all mankind. . . A 
challenge is stomaching W.H.S. for four years. 



ELLEN L. BALSER 
El 

Ski Club 2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 2; Concert 
Choir 3,4; Science Club 3. . . .Remembers: Don 
Juans; Somerville; 12/19/69; 63 Evergreen 
Ave.; 4/18/69; friends; all the things Maureen 
and I did; Billerica cops; "40 Steps"; 12/6/69 
and "water, water in a clear bottle as John 
would say"; all my intended parties. . . .My 
thing: Giving an $85 gift to someone. . . .Impos- 
sible dream: Joe driving at the regular speed 
and driving normally. . . A challenge is to get 
Joe away from Mad. 



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KENNETH G. BEDELL 
Ken 

Band 1,2,3,4. . . .Remembers: Bob Cleveland; 
J.V. Show; Junior Prom; when G.C.'s boy- 
friend busted B.C.'s nose; saying, "I'll never 
stay back," what a laugh. .. .Admires: Kids 
who eat lunches in school .... Impossible 
dream: Going to college. 




JAMS L. BARNABY 

Sam 

Remembers: Junior Prom, Crazy Day, a special 
tree, K.M.'s blinds, New Year's Eve, Wack-O, 

great old W.H.S Admires: One of the guys 

from T.A. and a certain family of Clarks. . . . 
My thing: A certain pumpkin. .. .Impossible 
dream: Everybody buying their own gum. . . . 
A challenge is Brenton. 






JAMES K. BIELECKI 
Jimboduckie 

Football 1, Track 1, J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: 
C.J., S.P., Baggy Knees, boy-girl day and my 
56 inch bustline, Mrs. Webber checking to see 
what was under my mini-skirt, Mrs. Long's 
English class, John's junk cars, waiting for 
C.J. outside Mr. Malay's. . . .Admires: A per- 
son who can get all 90's through high school 
. . . .My thing: Whistling for birds with Mike 
in Maine. . . .Impossible dream: Graduating in 
1970 and being successful in whatever I do 
.... A challenge is understanding a certain 
girl, C.J. 



CELESTE D. BRADLEY 

Celeste 

Remembers: Summer of '68 and '69; July 7, 
1968; Oct. 27, 1968; long talks and times with 
L.R.; Christmas '69; Mrs. Webber's steno III 
class; Hampton; Salisbury. . . .Admires: Jakie 
. . . .My thing: being with Jakie all the time 
. . . .Impossible dream: English class with Mrs. 
Long. . . .A challenge is getting a better mark 
in shorthand. 



ANNE E. BLAISDELL 
Pearl 

Yearbook co-editor; N.H.S. 4; Sr. Play; Ski 
Club 4; J.V. Show; Math League 1,2,3,4; Sci- 
ence Club 1,2; Science Fair 1,2; Liberal Arts 
Fair 2. . . .Remembers: Celtics game, quadruple 
dating, the M.B., alligator hopping, Sharon and 
I on the CYO ski train, Friday the 13th, Mr. 
Kelley's math classes, Sears, Mrs. Baron, Bev, 
blind dates. .. .Admires: Honest people.... 
My thing: Having fun. .. .Impossible dream: 
Getting accepted af Princeton. . . .A challenge 
is learning to accept people for themselves. 



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MARY-ALICE BRANZETTI 
Mere 

Field Hockey 3,4; Basketball manager 3,4; 
Home Ec. Club secretary 3; Yearbook; J.V. 

Show; Sr. Play Remembers: S.B., D.C, 

M.C., Scuz, Hampton, Austin, bomb, Miss 
Kroll's class, J.S., a truck, Rockport, Murph, 
11/15/69, Tango, 326, talks with B.A. and 
P.M., NY. trip, C.Y.O., a J.W. and a pilot 
....Admires: The two people who put me 
here. . . .My thing: Being a psychiatrist when 
my friends have hane-ups and being emotional 
when it comes to my own .... Impossible 
dream: Always being up, never down. . . .A 
challenge is parallel parking. 



LINDA J. BRIDGES 
Linda 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Softball 1; 
Business Club 3. .. .Remembers: Room 208 
r our hours a day, Mrs. Webber for three hours, 
11th and 12th grade English classes. . . .My 
:hing: Getting out of gym for a month. . . . 
Impossible dream: Being able to pass Mrs. 
Long's English tests the first time .... A chal- 
enge is to graduate and get a good job. 





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SUSAN J. BROWN 
Brownie 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Council v.p. 3, pres. 4; Science Fair 1 

J.V. Show Remembers: Dots; M.A.B.; J.S. 

S.T.; Murf; Hampton; Austin; S.I.; Nahant 
B.L.; hangin-10; Tango; #86; pumpkins 
Mootz; New Year's Eve; U.N. trip; Miss 
Kroll's history class; Dad and Mom; K.C. in 
POD; scuz; leftbank; alligator hopping 3,4. .. . 
Admires: Mom, apple pie and the boy next 
door. . . .My thing: Trying to make people 
care. .. .Impossible dream: Doing- something 
that no one finds out about. . . .A challange is 
getting into an X movie. 



KENNETH A. CAIRA 
Ki 

Remembers: Nothing. .. .Admires: Tiny Tim 
. . . .My thing: "It's about that time folks" 
....Impossible dream: Getting into college 
... .A challenge is climbing the ropes. 





DAVID A. BURKE 

Burkey 

Remembers: The Type Book Smuggling Ring, 
flying typewriter covers, Miss Weipking's Span- 
ish classes, Miss Belanger's instructions, Mr. 
Kelley's algebra II class, teacher aides. . . .Ad- 
mires: David Burke. . . .Impossible dream: Stay- 
ing awake in Mr. Gonzalez' class. 




LINDA M. CAMPOS 
Charlie Brown 

J.V. Show; Art Club 1,2,3,4; Sr. Play Re- 
members: Standing beside Mr. Kelley when he 
yelled, BELL RANG!" Admires: The Ken- 
nedy family.... My thing: To be an interior 
decorator. . . .Impossible dream: California. . . . 
A challenge is to be yourself and not follow 
the crowd. 



NINA L. CAMPBELL 
Nina 

Remembers: Sept. 5. .. .Admires: A pink car 
. . . .My thing: Isn't Wilmington High School 
....Impossible dream: Never to have any 
problems. . . .A challenge is to be happy in the 
years to come. 




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WALTER F. CARNEY 
Norton 

Soccer 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; 
Track 1. . . .Remembers: K.B.; CYO ski trips; 
high school Fri., Sat. nights; Bruins games; D.P. 
at Mac's; drafting class; parties. . . Admires: 
Three inches of powder snow on a three foot 
base. . . .My thing: Skiing. . . .Impossible dream: 
Passing Spanish II. . . .A challenge is to ski 
Tuckerman's Ravine in the Inferno Race. 



ROBERT J. CAPOZZI 

Jumbo 

Baseball 3,4; Soccer 3,4; Tennis 3; Ski Club 4; 
J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: Trip to Hawaii; 
my wife "Ma"; 1/8/70; FFFF; grand slams; 
photo booth at Hampton; Dad; girl in Maine; 
NBA; J.C.; spinning ball; R.R; Jr. class sleep- 
out; guys. . . Admires: Killy. . . .My thing: Mak- 
ing people laugh. . . .Impossible dream: One- 
year ski trip. . . .A challenge is a blind date. 





LINDA M. CARRASCO 
Linda 

Apparatus 1, Executive Board 3, J.V. Show 
....Remembers: June 18, 1968 when I met 
Fully; the ski trip with G.C.; Expo '67 with 
K.R. and Florida too; the pool with M.F. and 
the great times with the gang; New York trip 
....Admires: Sincere, honest people.... My 
thing: Getting married and becoming a hair- 
dresser. .. .Impossible dream: To be able to 
go on a ski lift without falling off. . . .A chal- 
lenge is not to be sick and in school. 




DOROTHY A. CASTALDO 
Dots 

Field Hockey 2,3,4; J.V. Show; Sr. Play; Math 
League 3,4; Science Fair 2; Yearbook. . . .Re- 
members: Nothing about New Year's Eve, us 
Scuz, the Search, the J.W.'s, Mootz, Alligator 
Jumping, nudist colonies, Sue, Mere, Hampton, 
dating Paul Newman, conversing, Sweden. . . . 
Admires: Mom, Dad and us kids. . . .My thing: 
Scuzzing around. . . .Impossible dream: To be 
considered sane. 



DENISE J- CARTER 

Niece 

March 29, 1969; 4th of July weekend; '69; 
how I met Arthur; Aug. 29, 1969; doubling 
with Sheila; Jan., 1969; the D.T.; Zayre's; the 
Block; doubling with Jan and Billy; '66 Mus- 
tang; Salisbury; long talks with Janice; Battle 
Green; Pewter Pot; junior sleepout. . . .Ad- 
mires: People who say what they think. . . . 
Impossible dream: Office machines class. 



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PAUL L. CASTALDO 
Paul 

Remembers: Sleeping in English class... .My 

thing: Working on cars Impossible dream: 

Getting my car to run right A challenge 

is going to school without getting in trouble. 



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LINDA A. CHASE 
Chase 

Art Club 1,2,3,4; Concert Choir 2,3; My Fair 
Lady; J.V. . Show. . . .Remembers: The L.G., 
Battles, N.L. and I and the midnight walk, 
T. the C, T.D., Brian, R.M.H.S., the Damn 
Cripple, Julius. . . Admires: People who are 
themselves and not what they think everyone 
wants them to be. . . .My thing: Music 
and everyone connected with it. . . .Impossible 
dream: Passing Mr. Kelley's algebra II class 
... .A challenge is doing what you do no matter 
what anyone thinks. 





SHARON CLARK 
Sharon 



PATRICIA A. CHISHOLM 
Pat 

Field Hockey 1,2; Softball 1; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Tennis 3,4; Concert Choir 3. .. .Remembers: 
Dennis, Mrs. Aldrich's English classes in 9th 
grade, trip to Delaware in '67 with the band, 
"My Fair Lady" and "Bridge of Angels" with 
the concert choir. Miss Kalil. . . .Admires: D.B. 
. . . .My thing: To be a good nurse. . . .Impos- 
sible dream: To graduate. 




KENNETH J. CLEARY 
Kenny 

Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2.3: Baseball 1; Basket- 
ball 1 ... .Remembers: Hampton, trip to Ha- 
waii, 20 trap. . . .Admires: Excellence. . . .My 
thing: Our car. . . .Impossible dream: To pass 
Mr. Lynch. . . .A challenge is hitch hiking across 
the nation. 







THOMAS COATES 
Tom 



DANIEL CLIFFORD 
Dan 



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CATHERINE A. CONE 
Cathe 

Alpha 1,2; Concert Choir 1,2,3; Yearbook; J.V. 
Show. . . .Remembers: La Montagne, Christmas 
tree forts, old red VW, Madame, Savoyard at 
3:00 a.m., surf's up, Noid, Mono-Maggie, Jin- 
gle Bells, Soyez Miserable, Martha .... Ad- 
mires: People who keep trying. . . .Impossible 
dream: To have my own boat. . . .A challenge 
is keeping my sanity. 



WILLIAM A. COLE 
Mad Dog 

Soccer 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Baseball 1,3,4; 
Gymnastics 1; Basketball 2; Football 1; J.V. 
Show. . . .Remembers: C.Y.O. skip trips, trying 
my first flip on skis, 1/9/70, our trip to Ha- 
waii, Razzberry, 20-hour ski trip, when Bob and 

I went into the "Cave" in Vt Admires: 

My parents. . . .My thing: Skiing. . . .Impossi- 
ble dream: To take Killy's place in the '72 
Olympics. . . .A challenge is winning a verbal 
argument with Capozzi. 





NEAL CONNELLY 
Neal 




STEPHEN CONNELLY 

Steve 



STEVEN W. COOLIDGE 
Pepe 

Remembers: Junior class sleepout; the Plaza; 
Hampton and the night Web, Bub, Tom and 
I saw Zepplin; L.W.; Saab; picking on Glee in 
homeroom 1,2,3,4; music box in Mr. Saarinen's 
ancient hist, class; Carol. . . .Admires: Carol. . . . 
My thing: Disagreeing for the sake of learning 
. . . .Impossible dream: People getting along 
with each other. . . .A challenge is expressing 
your beliefs and keeping those beliefs no matter 
what other opinions are. 



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GLEE M. CORSETTI 
Glee 

Executive Board 3,4; Fb. Cheerleading 3,4; 
Student Gov't Day 3; T-V. Show; Sr. Play 
. . . .Remembers: "Ralph"; my unreal escapades 
with P.M.; long talks with P.G., J.C., M.R. 
and P.M.; Mittersill and L.C.; Bessey; Beanie 
and Cecil; the New York trip; my husband, 
Billy; dieting with L.A. and P.M.; open house 
at P.C.'s after school. . . Admires: 'Ralph'. . . . 
My thing: Getting out of Wilmington. . . .Im- 
possible dream: To have everyone in the world 
live together in peace and harmony. . . A chal- 
lenge is going on a diet. 



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CAROLYN A. COSMAN 

Cosmos 

r. Play; Fb. Cheerleading 3,4; Bskt. Cheer- 
jading 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Yearbook; Math Lea- 

ue 2,3,4; Art Club 2 Remembers: A.C., 

nail cafe, alligators, A.'s cable, proms, Robi- 
ob, sets, the M.B., Turkey Day, Defeat Dance, 
fleering, N.U., the gang, parties, W.T.'s, '69, 
armpit," Melvin Hall, snoopy thermos, driv- 
lg, puddle. . . .Doesn't admire: Townies. . . . 
ly thing: Eating. . . .A challenge is getting to 
inch alive. 




PATRICIA CROSSON 
Pat 




LINDA J. COSTA 
Linda 

Remembers: July 4, 1969; my first day at W. 
H.S. in my junior year; my type II class with 
Miss Valient; Junior Week; Junior Variety 
Show. . . Admires: A certain someone in Med- 
ford. . . .My thing: Living and just being me 
. . . .Impossible dream: Finally graduating after 
twelve years. . . .A challenge is doing my English 
term paper. 





SHEILA A. CROSWELL 
Sheila 

Alpha 2; Field Hockey 1; Pep Club 1,2 

Remembers: Mike; Christmas night '67; junior 
sleepout; Maureen's alarm clock; NY. '68; 
breakfasts at Hojo's; veal cutlet sand.; Jan's 
camp; the Bogg; all the good times with 
Marsh, Frogg, Jan, and Tee; fights with Mike; 
Boston with Maureen; summers at Salisbury; 
my friends. . . .Admires: People who don't hide 
things. . . .My thing: Making sense. . . .Impos- 
sible dream: To live in a world of peace and 
happiness. . . .A challenge is making it through 
today without worrying about tomorrow. 

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THOMAS M. COTE 
Frogg 

Remembers: Marcia, the wall, Okie's, Smith- 
craft, the Trio, the skunk, Howard Johnson's, 
New Hampshire. . . .Admires: My U.S. history 
teacher. . . .My thing: Being serious. . . .Impos- 
sible dream: To become rich and obtain every- 
thing I want. . . .A challenge is trying to plan 
a future. 




WARREN A. CUNNINGHAM 
Warren 

Ski Club 2,3,4; French Club 1; Science Club 
2,3; A.F.S. Representative 4; Alpha 2,3,4; 
Omega 3,4; Sr. Play .... Remembers: Mrs. 
Erickson; French IV; Feb. 4, 1969; journalism; 
triads; Mrs. Cronin; bio. dissections; laughter; 
p.h.s; make-up work; being ignored in the 
office .... Admires: Unselfish people .... My 
thing: Peace. . . .Impossible dream: Having re- 
sponsible, friendly, student-loving people in the 
main office. . . .A challenge is seeing that our 
government lives up to the freedom and equal- 
ity it preaches. 





ANTHONY CUOCO 
Anthony 

J.V. Show. .. .Remembers: Those days, Cape 
Cod, the teachings of my older brother, Stella, 
clothes, W.H.S. teachers, changes, nature, the 
Human Zoo (life) . . . .Admires: Rolling Stones 
. . . .My thing: Clothes. . . .Impossible dream: 
Learning from your mistakes and not being 
led astray. . . .A challenge is talking to some- 
one wiser than you. 




JOAN M. CUSHING 
Cush 

Field Hockey 1,2,3, capt. 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 
capt. 4; Softball 1,2, capt. 3,4. . . .Remembers: 
D.G., "checker squad" '70, girls' basketball ski 
trip to New Hampshire, speech with G.W., 
Pancakes and Pumpkin, prom attendant, Christ- 
mas '69. . . .Admires: The "Mootz" Queen. . . . 
My thing: Sports. ... Impossible dream: Equal 
rights for all. 



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MARIE P. CURRAN 
Marie 

J.V. Show: Alpha 1,2,3; Math League 1,2,3 
.... Remembers: My friends, good times, 
Hampton, summer of '69, chemistry, scuz, 
M.A.'s party, Steve's flat, Philips Rd., Sears, 
J.V. Show, 12/29/68, Holy Cross, white socks, 
Salisbury, double dates, R.P., tobogganning. . . . 
Impossible dream: To be happy at all times. 





POLLY A. CURRIER 

Polly 

Remembers: Oct. 3, 1966; proms; Jr. Patron 
Drive; Mr. Krey's chem. class; after school 
at my house; choking on cokes in Friendly's; 
Moritorium; walking everywhere; Boston 12/3/ 
66. .. .Admires: People.... My thing: Chuck 
....Impossible dream: Marriage. .. .A chal- 
lenge is getting up in the morning. 



DEBORAH B. DAYTON 
Brooksey 

Concert Choir 1,2,3,4; Majorettes 1,2, capt. 3, 
4; N.H.S. 3,4; Math League 2,3,4; J.V. Show 
....Remembers: Calculus; Miss Kalil; "My 
Fair Lady"; Dec. 20, 1969; Triads; "The Chos- 
en Four"; proms; friends; the small cafe; foot- 
ball games; the Tower; D.E.; a certain math 
convention; Easter Bunny Parades; Latin; North 
Reading; Alligator Hopping 3.... My thing: 
To lead a happy life and make someone else's 
just as happy. .. .Impossible dream: To suc- 
cessfully read a calculus book. 





PATRICK DEFILIPPO 

Snapper 

J.V. Show, Class vice pres. 4. .. .Remembers: 
Ossipee, high school parking lot, Hill '69, 
Marie R.'s parties, Lez and Mazz, P.M., Les- 
ley's house, Pewter Pot, high school gang. . . . 
Admires: Mrs. Cronin and Mrs. Aldrich.... 
My thing: Staying out of trouble. . . .Impossi- 
ble dream: Getting a car that runs. . . .A chal- 
lenge is going into the girls' room and not 
getting caught. 



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Ron 





DANIEL DEPIANO 

Danny 

Remembers: Night after the Junior Prom, 
Marie's house, Ossipee, Charlie's grandmother, 
Debbie, hiding Sach in a closet, high school 
parking lot, Plaza, Burlington Mall, the Rebels. 
Impossible dream: Getting rid of a certain '63 
Ford. . . .A challenge is making D.T. believe me. 





DEBRA A. DEMAGGIO 
Debbie 

Remembers: The day the Navy Band played 
in the auditorium, Geno's POD class, the 
Monsters, having the same lunch with Trudy 
for four years, the Commodore with B.H., the 
day they changed the dress code. . . .Admires: 

L.O Impossible dream: Finding a job. . . . 

A challenge is driving a standard. 










CAROLE T. DESTEFANO 
DeStef 

Remembers: White Horse Beach, Micky, Cleft 
Rock, all the great times with Kerry and Ma- 
honey, Feb. '69, "It's a Beautiful Morning," 
May 28th, three years with Kevin, Christmas 
with Peanuts, Indian River, the Three Mus- 
keteers and Mr. Garrett, a white Impala, R.F., 
K.J.'s New Year's Eve party .... Admires: 
Cranberry ditch diggers who think they're cops 
. . . .My thing: White Horse Beach. . . .Impos- 
sible dream: To get my "chopped 74" to start 
in three kicks.... A challenge is working at 
Friendly's after a football game. 

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KATHLEEN DEMARCO 
Kathy 

Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Choir A. . . .Remembers: 
Mr. Kelley's alg. II class; being called "Sloppy 
Joe" by Miss Jackson; all the good times with 
Fran, Dave and Dino; the Jr. Prom wtih Dave; 
Miss Palladino's French classes; band trips to 
Delaware and Camden, Maine; music class. . . . 
Admires: Anybody that enters the field of 
music. . . .My thing: Music and everything that 
goes with it. .. .Impossible dream: To study 
music somewhere in Europe. . . .A challenge 
is to become the best trombonist in whatever 
college I attend. 




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JOANNE M. DEVEAU 
Joanne 

Work study. . . .Remembers: Going to Boston, 
the girls' rooms, the art room, all of the great 
kids in our class. . . .Admires: Living. . . .My 
thing: June 13, 1970 when I get married to 
Johnny. . . .Impossible dream: To some day go to 
Hawaii and have a million dollars. . . .A chal- 
lenge is to wake up in the morning and to go to 
sleep at night. 





MICHAEL E. DIGREGORIO 
Dego 

Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4 

Remembers: New Year's Eve '69, Coach's hair- 
cuts, Lorraine, junior class sleepout, surfing at 
York, Mr. Kelley's jokes, New York trip. 
Thanksgiving Day Game, 20 trap, waking up to 

Peggy, Sister Betrill, Mootz, S.I Admires: 

People who do their own thing. . . .My thing: 
To own a yellow Corvette. . . .Impossible dream: 
To make it big in this world. . . .A challenge is 
making both ends meet. 




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LOUIS G. DIGREGORIO 

Lou 

Remembers: Jan M., junior sleepout and the 
day after, T.M.'s moon walk. . . .Admires: Jan 
M. . . .My thing: Jan M. . . .Impossible dream: 
Beating the Lottery. . . .A challenge is getting 
married. 






WILLIAM J. DOYLE 
Pickle 

Remembers: Walking at 3:30 a.m. from Hill 
'69, 4th weekend '69, high school parking lot, 
Plaza, Ossipee. . . .My thing: Tango. .. .Im- 
possible dream: Passing English in 228. 



KENT S. EISENER 
Kent 

My thing: Yelling a lot. . . .Impossible dream: 
Serving good food in the cafe. . . .A challenge 
is making it to lunch alive. 




MARK C. DRUGAN 
Mark 

Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2.3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Ski Club 3,4. .. .Remembers: Trip to Hawaii. 
Donna, Kiwanis sign, ski trip, getting the Dra- 
cut game ball, sunrise with Paco and H.L., the 
Bomb, Christmas Eve at H.L., football prac- 
tice .... My thing: Promises .... Impossible 
dream: Growing a beard.... A challenge is 
being early for school. 



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GAIL A. ELDER 
Gail 

Remembers: Proms with Bill and all the fun 
we have together; Joanne, Jill, Linda and all 
the fun I have had with them; P.C. and D.C.; 
Labor Day Weekend of '69; the good times I've 
had with Tanis is school; summer of '69- • • ■ 
Admires: Billl. . . .My thing:To forfill my long 
and happy dream by marrying Bill. . . .Impos- 
sible dream: Joanne, Jill, Linda, Patti, Niece all 
coming in at once to school. . . .A challenge is 
getting up in the morning for school. 



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CLAIRE V. FOGG 

Claire 

French Club 1; Concert Choir 3,4; My Fair 
Lady; Alpha 3; Tennis 2; Yearbook Co-editor 
....Remembers: "Super Saab," Silver Sands, 
the Sprite, no dress code, the bathroom lady, 
Mac's, the driveway, first lunch table, the 
Cleaners, the Cape, Fezzy (years of French 
with Miss Condrey, New Year's Eve '69, Tur- 
key Day, Pat getting hit off the head with 
an egg. 







DAVID P. GALANTE 
David 

Admires: Plymouths. . . .My thing: Sleeping 
. . . .Impossible dream: Waking up with some 
money.... A challenge is trying to wn' 



MARTIN J. FLAHERTY 
Marty 

Interact Club pres. 3, Science Club 3, J.V. 
Show. . . .Remembers: Ossipee, Angel with his 
bubblegum, Tirn Coy riding over a cliff, the 
"silver bullet," the high school parking lot, 
Marie's house, Cuoco's house, July 4th week- 
end, Pewter Pot, Smithcraft — fork lifts, C.O.E., 
being attacked in the dentist chair by J.S., the 

camp, U. Mass Admires: A chopped 74 

three wheeler with an extended front end. . . . 
Impossible dream: To have a house by the 
ocean with a 40' yacht. . . .A challenge is 
passing geometry. 





PATRICIA J. GARDNER 

Patty 



Remembers: 
up, Salisbury, 




Math League 1,2; Yearbook. 

12/29/68, M.C., S.H., surf's 

the small cafe, Philips Rd., Spanish I (caw, 

caw), the big M.B., Martha, New Year's Eve, 

French V, prom, Sears (tiny taxi), bathroom 

lady. . . .Doesn't admire: White socks. 



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ARTHUR M. GODZYK 
Artie 

Band 1,2,3,4; J.V. Show. .. .Remembers: Two 
years of Mr. Kelley, my badly dented trumpet, 
room 211, Mr. Cripps' organized classes, soph. 
English in 230. . . .Admires: People who can 
laugh at themselves. . . .My thing: Making peo- 
ple laugh. . . .Impossible dream: Passing every 
one of Mr. Kelley's tests.... A challenge is 
making it to school every day on time. 





SUSAN F. GILBERT 
Sue 

Majorette 1, capt. 2,3; J.V. Show. . . .Remem- 
bers: 11/9/69, C.T.G., Danvers, "the Turks," 
friends, diggin' at one with Ralph, art class 
with G.R.. Stiff and Niece, P.P., Ossippee, 
Salisbury Beach, Hill '69, Pits, Reading For- 
rest, H.S., #13, Harriet and Herman, Sears 
. . . .Admires: God. . . .My thing: Not putting 
up with Harry's rules. . . .Impossible dream: 
Living in a world of peace, tranquility, and free- 
dom for everyone. . . A challenge is going to 
school five days straight without being late for 
any classes. 





PETER P. GONSALVES 
Gonzi 

Remembers: High school parking lot, drag rar- 
ing with the Beau. . . Admires: My girl, Pat 
. . . .My thing: To stay alive. . . .Impossible 
dream: To stay out of Viet Nam. . . A challenge 
is to have the fastest and nicest looking car 
around. 



PATRICIA A. GRAVES 
Tricia 

Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Home Ec. 
Club 3- • • .Remembers: October 4, 1966; home- 
room; Plaza with the gang; 215 girls' room with 
the girls from the class of '69; squirt gun fights; 
home ec. with Mrs. K.; C.Y. and C.S Ad- 
mires: Eddie Mclnnis . . . .My thing: Peace. . . . 
Impossible dream: Having love and peace in the 
world .... A challenge is trying to graduate 
from Wilmington High School. 



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DAVID GORDON 

Dave 

J.V. Show, Concert Choir 1, French Club 1, 
Student Gov't. Day 4. .. .Remembers: Classes 
with Mr. Doucette, Mr. Saarinen, Miss Con- 
drey and Mr. Kelley; morning radio station; 
the "Sears Squad"; never forget Bob's class; 
the "Big D". .. .Admires: People who can 
laugh at themselves. .. .My thing: To make 
people laugh. . . .Impossible dream: Being dis- 
missed for lunch five minutes before anyone 
else. . . .A challenge is driving a VW. 




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Ronald 



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PATRICIA A. GRIFFIN 
Patti 

Softball 1,2,4; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Executive Board 4 . . . . Remembers: 
S.G., P.M., G.C. and the rest of the group; all 
nighters; Andover; Yee's; Pewter Pot; July 4th 
weekend; Memorial Day Weekend '69; fights 
with a certain guy; Mrs. Aldrich; Ossipee; Hill 
'69; Ralph. . . .Admires: Hippies. . . .My thing: 
To help people while helping myself. . . .A chal- 
lenge is Joan and I taking over the high school 
when we get out of college. 




DIANE HADLEY 
Diane 

Work Study. . . .Remembers: All the fun I had 
in home ec. with B.H., class of '70, New York 
trip that hasn't come yet. . . .Admires: George 
....playing the guitar.... My thing: George 
. . . .Impossible dream: To take a trip around 
the world .... A challenge is trying to pass 
U.S.H. 





JOANNE F. GRUBER 

Jo 

Art Club 1,2,3. .. .Remembers: All the fun 
with the kids; all the lousy lunches; art with Jill 
and Gail; summer of '69; all the parties; looking 
forward to all our dreams; Manomet; Salisbury; 
H.E.; Billy and Gail; summer school in '67 with 
D.D., T.K., and C.F.; Mr. Kelley catching me 
with gum; girls' room. . . .My thing: To find 
happiness. . . .Impossible dream: For us to do 
what we've been dreaming to do. . . .A chal- 
lenge is coming to school. 



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JOHN J. HANRAHAN, JR. 
John 

Football 1; Soccer 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 
1,2,3. .. .Admires: Harold Garrett, it takes 
guts to wear a bowtie. . . My thing: Shouting 
in the corridor. . . .Impossible dream: Installing 
a Slim Jim transmission in one hour. . . .A 
challenge is working at Sweetheart Plastics and 
going to Wilmington High School at the same 
time. 



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MAUREEN J. GUNN 
Moe 

Concert Choir 2,3,4; Science Club 2; Alpha 1 
. . . .Remembers: 10/30/69, friends, "40 steps," 
the night the car stalled in the passing lane 
on 93, Somerville, 12/19/69, My Fair Lady, 
all my attempted trips to Boston with Ellen, 
John, driving to endanger, "Don Juans" .... 
Admires: Ping pong. . . .My thing: Going to a 
lot of competitions. .. .Impossible dream: To 
go on my trip to California with Ellen. . . . 
A challenge is going on a diet and sticking 
to it. 








MARYJANE HARRISON 
Maja Ha 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, co-capt. 
4; J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: Summer of '69, 
Joe, Hill '69, Christmas Eve, D.C., Cush, 
Brownie, Griff. Doris, Lyn, Janny, Peg, Glee, 
"The Gang," Mootz, S.I., freshman year, Ossip- 
pee, California, Alligator Hopping 3,4. .. . 
Admires: People who work for others. . . .My 
thing: Short skirts, long hair and anything 
that's different. . . .Impossible dream: To have 
peace of mind. . . .A challenge is being nice to 
everyone. 





CAROL HIGGINS 
Carol 



ALAN P. HEIM 
Allie 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 
1,2; Track 3,4; J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: Mo- 
bile, Plucker, Geno, summer of '68, Mr. Kel- 
ley's spur of the moment jokes, all the guys, 
Miss LeBauer, football practice, Dad Roche 

Admires: Mr. Kelley My thing: Being 

a hatchet. .. .Impossible dream: To be king 

of something A challenge is to graduate 

with a college degree. 





ELISE HODGKINS 

Elise 

Admires: All first year teachers for their bravery 
and outstanding courage. . . .My thing: Bobby 
. . . .Impossible dream: Locks on the girls' room 
doors. . . .A challenge is lunch. 




LINDA J. HODGDON 
Hoj 

Pep Club 1, Tennis 2. .. .Remembers: One 
certain CYO dance in my freshman year; hav- 
ing Polly, Deb and Charlotte for friends; a 
party in Vermont; classes with "Grandma Web- 
ber"; a little white Volkswagon; bald snow 
tires. .. .Admires: My parents .... My thing: 
Being together with Mic. . . .Impossible dream: 
to own a brand new 'vette. . . .A challenge is 
math of any kind. 



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JILL F. HIOTT 
Jill 

Art Club 2; Softball 1,2,3,4 Remembers: 

Linda's driving; my console; April; Lin; Dec. 
26, 1967; Gail's Cuticura; skinny dipping; 
Joanne's stall; growing up; my blue car with 
U. and D. windows; new and old ideas; driv- 
ing ordeals; trying to wake up each morning; 
Mr. Fantasia; long talks with those close to 
me. .. .Admires: Anyone who stands up for 
what they think. .. .My thing: The ocean at 
night. .. .Impossible dream: To be forfilled 
... .A challenge is breaking away from every- 
one and everything known and going after the 
unknown. 




ELIZABETH A. HOWELL 
Rocky 

Remembers: Summer of '67 with Janet, 
"Brown-eyed Girl," times unknown with D.F., 
times to come with F.C., Arco's Corner, "It's 
a beautiful morning," Christmas Eve '69, jam 
up, jelly tight, having a lot of big brothers, 
Laconia with D.H., certain '57 Chevy, Gino's 

P.O.D. class, going out with CD Admires: 

A certain person by the name of Frankie C. 
.... My thing: Always looking for something 
different to do. . . .Impossibe dream: To forget 
all the things that have happened in the last 
13 years. . . .A challenge is graduating in 1970. 



ALICE HUDSON 
Alice 





DOUGLAS HUDSON 

Breezly 

Football 1. . . .Remembers: Health class in 113 
when the Coach was absent, crawling in gym 
and making it all the way across the first time, 
S.C. trying to tackle K.C. in football, S.R. and 
M.W. in my freshman math class. . . .Admires: 
My old pair of gym sneakers .... My thing: 
Sleeping until noon. . . .Impossible dream: Hav- 
ing another upperclassmen — freshman war so 
I can have my revenge. . . .A challenge is get- 
ting on the National Honor Society. 



ANN E. HYLAND 
Ann 

Gymnastics 1,2; Pep Club 1; Bskt. Cheerlead- 
ing 2; Home Ec. Club 2; Majorette 3,4. . . . 
Remembers: C.Y.O. ski trip '67, band prac- 
tice, Buster, Thanksgiving '68 and '69, "nausi- 
ous," 10/18/69-Hyde Park, being Drum Major, 
Albert and Woburn kids, surprise birthday 
party. Junior Week, King Pine, flunking my 
learner's, Lake Ossipee, the victory dance, 
1/17/70 — the first time I drove, Camp Huckins 
....Admires: Honest, funny people. .. .My 
thing: Skiing. .. .Impossible dream: Getting 
up by 6:30 a.m., especially on a Monday. . . . 
A challenge is my future. 




CAROL A. IRWIN 
Carol 

Science Club 3, Business Club 3.... Remem- 
bers: Martha's Vineyard, Junior Week, picnic 
with Wilmington and Tewksbury kids, 12/28/ 
69, 1/2/70, John Hancock Day, cruising Mac- 
Donald's and Reading .... Admires: Honest 
people. . . .My thing: Walking through snow 
. . . .Impossible dream: To live in Switzerland, 
Ireland or some beautiful place.... A chal- 
lenge is to get a good job and to live on a 
modern farm in* upper New York. 





WILLIAM K. IRWIN 
Gwana 

Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3; Class Officer 2,3; 
J.V. Show; Ski Club 2,3,4. .. .Remembers: 
Ossippee, all the guys, high school, Boston 
with G.W. and V.S., Bruins, '60 Plymouth, 
not remembering, the past summer, the New 
York trip that hasn't come yet, Jan. 14th. . . . 
Admires: Dick and Dan Dastardly. .. .My 
thing: To go to college and make a few mil- 
lion. . . .Impossible dream: To pass algebra II 
with Mr Kelley. . . .A challenge is to sneak 
into my house at 3 am with no lights on and 
not get caught 

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BEVERLY S. JACOBS 

Beverly 

Remembers: Everything, forgets not enough, 
years as an under classman, math classes, Pearl, 
Sears, my senior year, New Year's Eve '70, 
New Hampshire, social minorities class, prob- 
ably the NY. trip, Junior Variety Show, Sen- 
ior Class Play, yearbook, Junior Week, Alliga- 
tor Hopping .... Admires: Honesty .... My 
thing: Individualism and "whatever turns you 
on". .. .Impossible dream: To end all pre- 
judice so every man could understand other 
men and this would allow man the freedom 
finding out what a challenge is. 
of peace and happiness. . . .A challenge is 








WILLIAM H. JENSEN 
Pancakes 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Soccer 3; J.V. 
Show; Class President 4; Liberal Arts Fair 2 
. . . .Remembers: Trip to Hawaii; Mission Im- 
possible Campaign '68; 74911; my wife, Glee 
FFFF; grand slams; guys; Ma; qewracky; NBA 
Mr. Roche; 211; Dad; songs; Wally; 143 
Charlie, the drunk F-troop; J.C.; spinning the 
ball; the day Geno missed six in a row. . . . 
Admires: Jonathan Winters. . . .My thing: Do- 
ing imitations. . , .Impossible dream: To be 
the thirteenth richest man in the country. . . . 
A challenge is beating Geno at the foul line 
and on the green. 



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JANIS M. JAQUITH 

Janny 

Bskt. Cheerleading 2; Fb. Cheerleading 3,4; 
J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: The summer of '68 
. . . .Admires: Mae West. . . .My thing: Pizza 
.... A challenge was getting a date for the 
Junior Prom. 



DOROTHY L. JEWER 
Dotti 





Remembers: Bob, 3/2/69; 7/4/69; Hond Pond; 
Caution Rd.; Mac's; friends; blue car; Greg's; 
junior sleep-out; Earl, 8/2/68; Christmas of 
'68; the bedrooms at Concord with the gang; 
Billy, Allan, Gov, Buddy. . . .Admires: A. and 

J.A My thing: Happiness. . . .Impossible 

dream: Being tall enough to see above the crowd 
or over a steering wheel. . . A challenge is com- 
ing to school five days a week. 




HENRY JOHNSON 
Henry 



EDWARD JOHNSON 
Ed 

Football 1, Basketball 1. . . .Remembers: Noth- 
ing .... Admires: Nobody .... My thing: To 
watch the Bruins. . . .Impossible dream: To be 
rich. . . .A challenge is to work all my life. 



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KATHLEEN A. JOHNSON 
Kathi 

Bskt. Cheerleading 2; Fb. Cheerleading 3,4; 
N.H.S. 9,4; Class Officer 1,2,3; Ski Club 4; 
Band 1,2; Math League 3,4; Sr. Play; J.V. 
Show. . . .Remembers: Janny and our doubles; 
Bobby; flying kits; Sept. 6, 1969; being mysti- 
cal checker champ; the' Defeat Dance; Wash- 
inton's Birthday in Washington Tower; the 
gang; the M.B.; Junior Patron's Drive; small 
cafe. . . .Admires: Uncle Al, the kiddies pal. . .. 
My thing: The ocean's roar. . . .A challenge is 
to understand. 










JANICE E. JUERGENS 
Jan 

Apparatus 1, Business Club 3- .. .Remembers: 
Great summer '69, Bobby's cottage at Plum 
Island, riding around with the gang in Bob's 
Rambler, the Jr. Prom, all the problems I had 
when I liked 3 boys at the same time, fun 
times and fights with Steve D., drive-ins, dances, 
parties, skiing with Bob. . . .Admires: A guy 
that can understand a crazy kid like me. . . .My 

thing-: M & M Peanuts Impossible dream: 

Getting a cheeseburger in the cafeteria that isn't 
left over from the week before. . . .A challenge 
is going to college. 





JOHN N. KALKANAJIAN 
Kal 

Football 1; Baseball 1,3,4; Soccer 2,3, capt. 4 
....Remembers: Trip to Hawaii, first soccer 
victory, J.C.'s New Year's Eve party and G.R., 
victory party without M.D.C., trip to New 
York.... My thing: Doing algebra homework 
the day J.B.L. collects it. . . .Impossible dream: 
Shutting out Xavier in soccer. . . .A challen 
is taking the LA. sign off the door. 




RICHARD JUSTICE 
Richard 




DAVID L. KEANE 
Dave 

Band 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3; Cross Country Track 
3; Science Club 1,2; Junior Rotarian 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4. . . .Remembers: Band practices; 
marching Thanksgiving Day, 1967; P.F.; Cam- 
den, Me.; POD class; V.W. club; crawling in 
gym; long hours of track practice. . . .Impossi- 
ble dream: A good school lunch. .. .A chal- 
lenge is to pass a French test. 





MAUREN B. KELLEY 
Moe 

Field Hockev 1; Alpha 1,2. .. .Remembers: 
Summers at Hampton, sophomore and junior 
snowstorms, Cardinal Cushing Weekend, Bos- 
ton with Sheila, Mr. L., friends, jr. sleepout, 
pj parties, Monday mornings, my living alarm 
clock. . . .Admires: People who can always eat 
and never gain weight. . . .My thing: Making 
footprints in the sand at dawn. . . .Impossible 
dream: To live as long as I like. . . .A chal- 
lenge is meeting each new day with a smile. 



RICHARD KELLER 
Richard 



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LORRAINE A. KENNEY 
Rainey 

Alpha 1,3; Future Teachers Club 1; J.V. Show; 
Sr. Play; Yearbook. . . .Remembers: Nahant, 
Connecticut, friz twins, Mac's, Senior Play cast 
party, my cousins, surf's up, working at Sears, 
Sundance, summer of '69, starting school on 
crutches, Army Navy Game and row 56, lolli- 
pops. .. .Admires: Anyone who can tell the 
truth at any time and have enough courage to 
face their problems head on. . . .My thing: Be- 
ing me. . . .Impossible dream: To live in Never, 
Never Land .... A challenge is saying what 
you mean, meaning what you say and some- 
one believing it. 




THOMAS D. KENNISON 
Wino 

Remembers: Unscheduled vacations. . . .Ad- 
mires: Mr. McMahon's haircut. . . .My thing: 
Four day weekends. . . .Impossible dream: To 
send Nixon and Agnew to Viet Nam. . . .A chal- 
lenge is making it to school. 





CARL A. KOHLER 
Hi Guys 

Basketball 1,4; Soccer 3; Ski Club 4; Sr. Play; 
Science Club 4. . . .Remembers: Constant study; 
Smitty's class; Donnie Harrison's socials; a race 
to Salisbury; "shall we leave now, boys?"; 
waking up in N.Y. Harbor with Matta; Geno's 
class; surfing at Reading Forest; #55's Emmy; 
the week of the play; junior sleep-out; 440 yd. 
dash to lunch; freshman gym class. . . .Admires: 
The teachers for their effort and patience. . . . 
My thing: Livin'. . . .Impossible dream: Getting 
away from it all .... A challenge is the Wol- 
ler girls. 



SHEM G. KREY 
Shem 

Science Fair 1,2,3; Science Club pres. 4; Band 
1,2,3,4; Jr. Rotarian 4; Liberal Arts Fair 2; 
Boys' State Representative 3; Sr. Play. . . .Re- 
members: "Number elaaben", Deutsch, Science 
Club parties, Senior Play, band, Triads. . . . 
Admires: Honest people. . . .My thing: No 
dates, no dances, no drinks .... Impossible 
dream: To always look upon the good things 
of life. . . .A challenge is passing an advanced 
math test. 





CATHERINE N. KOMENCHUK 
Lulu 

Concert Choir 3. . . .Remembers: A can-can girl 
in My Fair Lady, sitting in Mr. Kelley's math 
class for five days. . . .Admires: Honesty. . . . 
My thing: Being engaged to be married after 
graduation .... Impossible dream: To do a 
pushup. . . .A challenge is being a good wife 
and mother when I get married. 



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EVELYN R. KUCINSKI 
Little 

Remembers: Sitting in Mr. Lynch's room for five 
days. 



HARRY J. LANDERS 
Harry 

Football 1; Student Council 1,2,3, treasurer 4; 
J.V. Show; Sr. Play; Student Gov't Day 3; 
Ski Club 3,4; Band 1; Junior Rotarian 4; Ex- 
scutive Board 3,4. . . .Remembers: Our trip to 
Hawaii; '62 Comet; Patti; Lost Generation; 
Florida; ski trips; Grand Canyon with the Ar- 
zilli's. . . .Admires: My parents. . . .My thing: 
Telecaster bass. . . .Impossible dream: Growing 
i beard. . . .A challenge is getting to school on 
time. 




JOHN V. LAOUIDARA 
Jack 

Band 1,2; Football 1 ... .Remembers: Donna, 
Dand trip to Delaware, jr. sleepout, New York 
:rip, Mr. Kelley's tests. .. .Admires: People 
who are willing to fight for something they 
Delieve in. . . .My thing: Money. . . .Impossible 
dream: World peace. . . .A challenge is making 
:he right decisions at the right time. 






MICHAEL R. LANE 
Mikie 

J.V. Show, Sr. Play, Ski Club 4, Yearbook 

Remembers: R.S.; Walk on Water; Feb. 7th; 
Jr. Prom; ski trip when we didn't get home, 
Feb. 8 and 9, 1969; summer of '69; play re- 
hearsals; P.O.D. first period; the cave in Vt.; 
third lunch '69-'70. . . .Admires: People who 
are successful, sincere, honest and can love 
. . . .My thing: Skiing or trying to. . . .Impossi- 
ble dream: Love and peace for the world. . . . 
A challenge is four years of college. 




SUSAN LAUGHTON 
Sue 

Sr. Play. .. .Remembers: Fabulous days with 
Kenny, Junior Prom, proms with Austin gang, 
talks with Mr. M., Pickles, Mr. H. in algebra 
I, Cape Cod, surfing, summer '67. . . .Admires: 
Honest, intelligent people and people who are 
not two-faced .... My thing: Love. ... Impos- 
sible dream: Getting accepted at college. . . . 
A challenge is happiness. 



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JOSEPH A. LANGONE 
Joey 

Remembers: Lake Ossippee and C.J.'s grand- 
mother, the high school parking lot, the Junior 
Prom, M.R.'s house, all the good times with 
M.R. and M.J., all the good advice from P.M. 
. . . .Admires: Bobby Orr. . . .My thing: Trying 
to make it to school. . . .Impossible dream: 
Passing one of Mr. Kelley's tests. . . .A chal- 
lenge is trying to eat a school lunch. 




EVELYN LAWSON 
Eve 

Softball 1,2,3; Business Club 2. . . .Remembers: 
Mrs. Webber's stories; Miss Valiant's short- 
hand II class; the food we made in home ec. 
Ill with Miss David; jolly Mr. Sheire; the 
Harlem Diplomats, especially when they bor- 
rowed my shoe. . . .Admires: Sweater I re- 
ceived for playing softball. . . .My thing: To 
travel all over the world. . . .Impossible dream: 
Getting straight A's all through school.... A 
challenge is getting through the 12th grade 
and graduating. 





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LAWRENCE L. LEVINE 
Larry 

Omega 3,4; Sr. Play; Jr. Rotarian 4; Con- 
cert Choir 3; Interact 3; Liberal Arts Fair 2 
....Remembers: Broken collar bone, French 
III skits, Mr. D.'s P.O.D. classes, P.D., sum- 
mer '67, Saturdays in Harvard Square. . . . 
Admires: Ted Kennedy. . . .My thing: Creat- 
ing. . . .Impossible dream: No more war. . . . 
A challenge is to reach the unreachable star. 



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FRANK C. LEVERONE 
Paco 

Soccer 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 
3,4; Student Council 4; Executive Board 3,4; 
J.V. Show; Interact 3. . . .Remembers: Pat, Mis- 
sion Impossible and Campaign '68, R.R. and the 
C's, "The Accident," the insulation in the attic, 
the numbers I'm not supposed to put down, trip 
to Hawaii, Hampton, songs and signs. . . .Ad- 
mires: A sponge.... My thing: A friend in 
need. . . .Impossible dream: Getting my license 
.... A challenge is playing my harmonica bet- 
ter than Gus. 





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TIMOTHY LOUNSBURY 
Timothy 

Band 1,2. .. .Remembers: D.D., junior sleep- 
out, drive-ins, blue Ford, Gulf station, P.O.D., 
sneaker, moccassin, monsters. .. .Admires: Ra- 
quel Welch .... Impossible dream: Making a 
million dollars. . . .A challenge is passing one 
of Mr. Cripps' Minority Groups in America 
tests. 




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PATRICIA A. LOUNSBURY 
Pat 

Home Ec. Club 2,3. .. .Remembers: Lunch at 
Ricky's, junior sleepout, Mr. Kelley's algebra 
II class, partying, trays under the stairs, 1969 
and 1970, broken window. . . .Admires: People 
who are happy. .. .Impossible dream: To get 
accepted to a college.... A challenge is to 
make a decision. 



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NANCY M. LONDON 

Melba 

Field Hockey 1,2; Student Council 2; Alpha 
2; Art Club 2,3; Concert Choir 2,3; Omega 
3; Ski Club 2,3,4; J.V. Show; Yearbook; Sr. 
Play; Student Gov't Day 4. .. .Remembers: 
Rockport, Sundays, Gomer and Sea Nymph II, 
Gedalliah, 10/27/68, Sunapee, the square, New 
Year's Eve, Friday night visitors, 2:00 a.m., 
the M.B., stubble, tiny taxis, bleachers, Helter 
Skelter. .. .Admires: Arlo and Judy. .. .My 
thing: Blue jeans, barefeet, and skiing.... 
Impossible dream: Peace and freedom. 




PATRICIA A. LOWELL 
Tish 

Sr. Play; Yearbook; Field Hockey 1; Alpha 3; 
Pep Club 1,2. .. .Remembers: Paco, Silver 
Sands, super Saab, "I feel good," junior year, 
chem. lab, tripling, walking, driver ed., JA.'s 
p.j. party, summer of '69, Junior Prom, Glou- 
cester, Mac's, the driveway, sutdies, notes, par- 
ties, Fezzy, the Cape. . . .My thing: Happiness 
. . . .Impossible dream: To have an apartment 
... .A challenge is four years of college. 






JAMES A. LYNCH 
Lynchy 

Cross Country Track 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; 
Track 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Football 1; 
Basketball 1. .. .Remembers: Carol, ski trips, 
V.W.'s, peace marches, N.Y. trip. . . .Admires: 
Mr. Agnew and Mr. Nixon. .. .My thing: 
Peace .... Impossible dream: 880 yd. record 
... .A challenge is getting money. 






DANIEL LYON 
Daniel 



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BRUCE G. MACINNIS 
Cue Ball 

Football 1,2,3, co-capt. 4; Baseball 1,2,4; Bas- 
ketabll 1; J.V. Show; Hockey 2,3. . . .Remem- 
bers: The Ground Hogs; junior sleepout; three 
M.V.C. Championships; Geno; trip to Hawaii; 
Miss LeBauer; October 28, 1968; New York 
trip; graduation with Paco. .. .Admires: John 
McKenzie. . . .My thing: Oscar. . . .Impossible 
dream: Weighing 200 pounds. . . .A challenge 
is getting a compliment from a football coach. 





SUSAN MACDONALD 
Susan 





MARGARET M. MAHONEY 
Peggy 

Class Secretary 1,2,3,4; J.V. Show; Sr. Play; 
Yearbook; Majorettes 3,4 .... Remembers: 
Ralph, my crazy escapades with G.C., John, 
P.G.'s sleepout, long talks with friends, making 
M.R. cry, "Bessie," "Beanie," my buddies, 
Joe, my fights with Mr. Cripps, the drive-in, 
Salisbury, waking up to Michael, J.V. Show, 
Jr. Week, long trips on Fri. and Sat. nights 
.... Admires: Glee .... My thing: Finding 
someplace to go that is far away from Wil- 
mington .... Impossible dream: To meet a 
completely truthful person. .. .A challenge is 
not to fight with John. 



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JOYCE L. MACIVER 
Joy 

Basketball 1,2; Class President 1,2; Principal's 
Panel 1,2; J.V. Show; Fb. Cheerleading 2,3, 
co-capt. 4; Student Gov't Day 3; Yearbook; 
Ski Club 3; Executive Board 3,4. .. .Remem- 
bers: Great times with Donnie; 8/13/67; fun 
times with Peg; cheering with Lyn; reception 
cards; Jimmy and Pat; Salisbury Beach. . . . 
Admires: My mother.... My thing: To work, 
save, get married when I'm ready and always 
be happy. ... Impossible dream: To go to 
school a full week.... A challenge is trying 
to make the right decisions. 

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KARLA L. MARSH 
Karl 

Remembers: Most of all, Fran; 1/1/69 at 
1:00 a.m.; Elayne's friendship; D.R.; Mike 
and Pam S.; Robin R.; Uncle Geno; K.R.; 
summer of '69; Patti G; Diane P.; studies 
with Mr. Cogan 3rd period. .. .My thing: 
Fran. .. .Impossible dream: To live in San 
Francisco after I'm married.... A challenge 
is Mrs. Aldrich's English class. 



SHARON M. MAHONEY 
Mahoney 

Sr. Play; Pep Club 1,2; Ski Club 2,4; Year- 
book; Home Ec. Club 2; Basketball 1,2; Busi- 
ness Club 1,3. .. .Remembers: Winter of '69; 
all the weird times with Carole and good 
times with Kerry; night at Friendly's with 
coffee; the great CYO ski trip; trying out for 
cheerleading. . . .Admires: Everyday people. . . . 
My thing: Groovin'. . . .Impossible dream: To 
be able to make one complete week at school 
... .A challenge is just to do exactly what I have 
in mind. 






CHRISTINE J. MARTIN 
Chris 

Admires: Basketball. .. .My thing: Tony.... 
Impossible dream: Learning French when you 
flunked English.... A challenge is Mrs. Ger- 
shon's class. 



HAROLD R. MASER, JR. 
Sam 

Remembers: Mrs. H.'s business math class. . . . 
Admires: The way Mr. Jones and Mrs. Cronin 
run their classes. .. .My thing: Getting into 
mischief. . . .Impossible dream: To get through 
one year of schooling without getting in trou- 
ble. 



DENNIS E. MARTIN 
Dennis the Menace 

Remembers: Shop math I and II, bomb scares, 
freshman English, my '62 Chevy, unscheduled 
vacations, trying to get up for school in the 
morning. .. .Admires: Harry's bowtie. ...My 
thing: Riding through town in my '37 Ford 
Coupe. .. .Impossible dream: Graduating.... 
A challenge is completing four years of high 
school. 



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ROBERT G. MATARESE 
Mata 

Football 2,3; Soccer 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Ski 

Club 3,4; Indoor Track 2 Remembers: N.Y.. 

trip, Mets, the beads, Hi Guys !, Waterville Val- 
ley, Hampton Beach, Room 6 Admires: 

Teachers' aides for courage My thing: Skiing 

Impossible dream: Getting 500's on college 

boards A challenge is leaving your tray at 

lunch. 



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JANET F. MATHER 
Jan 

J.V. Show; Sr. Play; Concert Choir 1,2,3 
Yearbook. . . .Remembers: Ray, B.I., proms 
D. O'C, streaking, the accident, Uncle Geno 
Alice Blake, parties, New Years' Eve, alligators 
the gang, Turkey Day, Jr. Patrons Drive, Jr 
"Week, small cafe, alligator hopping 3. . . Ad 
mires: Good advice. . . .My thing: Censored. . . 
Impossible dream: Being happy enough to get 
along without Dear Abby. . . A challenge is try- 
ing not to get caught. 





THOMAS A. MAZZAPICA 
Mazz 

Football 1; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2 

Remembers: Lesley; August 21, 1969; July 4th 
weekend; Memorial Day Weekend; Ossipee; 
Elaine's Restaurant; Salisbury; all the parties 
at Marie's and Lesley's house; C.O.B.; Chinky 
food; Pewter Pot; New Year's Eve at Griff's; 
junior sleepout; Mrs. Cowhig's class. . . .Ad- 
mires: Lesley. . . .My thing: Wednesday. . . .Im- 
possible dream: Getting my car fixed. . . A chal- 
lenge is going to college. 



KENNETH L. MAYNARD, JR. 
Kenneth 

My Fair Lady; J.V. Show; Football 1; Basket- 
ball 1,2. . . .Remembers: A certain girl falling 
in the hall, My Fair Lady. . . .Admires: Chris 
Rizer. . . .My thing: Movies. . . .Impossible 
dream: Mr. Kelley taking it easy on the 
track team. . . .A challenge is trying to win an 
argument with anybody. 




CHARLOTTE L. MCCAIN 
Charlie 

Pep Club 1, Future Nurses Club 1. . . .Remem- 
bers; Miss McCarthy's gym classes; the terrible 
cafeteria lunches; running to lunch and falling 
flat on my face; the sleepout at Griff's; the Jun- 
ior Prom; my great friendship with Debbie, 
Linda and Polly; Mr. Hall's math class. . . .Ad- 
mires: My parents and my teachers. . . .My 
thing: To marry Steve and have a happy life 
together. . . .Impossible dream: To gain weight 
. . . .A challenge is graduating from W.H.S. 





TERRY L. MCKENNA 
Tee 

Baseball 1, Football 1, Basketball 1.... Re- 
members: Jan; August 1, 1968; 5 Temple St.; 
212 Harvard St.; trying to teach Jan how to 
drive my Plymouth. .. .Admires: People who 
tell the truth. .. .Impossible dream: Passing 
all subjects with 90's .... A challenge is going 
to college. 



STEPHEN J. MCCUE 

Steve 

Alpha 1, J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: Fun with 
Linda, Snapper tipping over the fire extin- 
guishers, telling Red my problems, high school 
parking lot, J.V. Show. . . Admires: Mrs. Cron- 
in. . . .My thing: Linda . . A challenge is mak- 
ing enough money to live happily. 



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JANICE D. MCLEAN 
Jan 

J.V. Show. .. .Remembers: Tee; August 1, 
1968; lengthy discussions with A.S.; my camp; 
4th of July weekend; doubling with S.C. and 
M.P.; all the jams Tee and I got into; veal 
cutlet sandwich; N.Y. '68 and '69; junior 
sleepout; Hill '69; all my friends I'll never 
see again; W.H.S. parking lot; Hanscom Field; 
nights out with my friends. .. .Admires: My 
mother.... My thing: Just being myself.... 
Impossible dream: To live in a world where 
people don't need escapes.... A challegne is 
being an individual and making the right de- 
cisions. 





JOAN E. MCQUAID 
Joanie 

N.H.S. 4; Yearbook; Sr. Play; J.V. Show; 

Science Club sec. 2,3,4 Remembers: 8/17/ 

68, Connecticut, Senior Play cast party, B.D., 
thumbing to French, first lunch gang, the M.B., 
Sears, "surf's up," Mac's, the bathroom lady, 
prom, Leslie, Lorraine, Gayle, Alligator jump- 
ing 3. • • .Admires: Big Al's bell. . . .Impossi- 
ble dream; Complete happiness. 



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Joycie 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Field Hock- 
ey 1,2,3 co-capt. 4; Ski Club 3,4; Business 
Club 2,3; Alpha 1,2. . . .Remembers: The way 
I've spent the past 4 years of my life, all the 
fun playing sports when I got to leave my 
warm seat on the bench, the many helpful 
lectures and pep talks, the checker squad, all 
the great kids, our private ski trip, certain 
annoying people with their aggravations, con- 
stantly aggravating M.G Admires: The 

special person who helped me along that I'll 
never forget. . . .My thing: Always trying to 
wipe that guilty smirk off my face. . . .Impos- 
sible dream: To make up my mind about what 
to do .... A challenge is putting up with cer- 
tain people at W.H.S. 




WILLIAM F. MEEGAN 
William 

Alpha 1,2; Hockey manager 1; Ski Club 4 
....Remembers: Freshman and senior war 
. . . .My thing: Girls, Fords. . . .Impossible 
dream: To own the world. . . .A challenge is to 
make a million before I'm forty-five. 




JOHN A. MCNEVIN 
Skinny 

Football 1,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 
2,3,4 .... Remembers: Geno, Plucker, Ken, 
Jim, little man, Cue Ball, Hein, De Degorio, 
Gillette, Big Valley, Methuen Game, the 
Ground Hogs. . . .Admires: Jim Gillis. . . .My 
thing: To make a million and stay happily un- 
married .... Impossible dream: Weighing 180 
lbs A challenge is to get out of W.H.S. 





DONNA A. MELANDER 
D.A.M. 

Admires: Mr. DeSarcina's smile. . . .My thing: 
David. . . .Impossible dream: Mike Kelly. . . . 
A challenge is crossing the street to school. 



EARL F. MERRILL 
Butch 

Ski Club 4. .. .Remembers: Mr. Cripp's 2nd 
period P.O.D. class, work study, senior outing, 
junior sleepout. . . .Admires: Diane H. . . .My 
thing: Cars .... Impossible dream: Getting a 
new Studebaker. . . . A challenge is getting 
through Monday morning. 





DAVID M. MEUSE 
Moose 

Indoor Track 2, Track 2. .. .Remembers: 
Chaining the doors at lunch time, Chico's jeep, 
the class sleepout. . . .My thing: Anything and 
everything. . . .Impossible dream: To be center 
for the Boston Celtics at 6'3". . . .A challenge 
is to sleep at sleepouts. 



DAVID E. MORGANTHAL 
Buddy 

Remembers: Trying to beat the noon time 
traffic, trying to get something in the electricity 
shop to work. . . .Admires: My stuffed monkey 
.... My thing: Trying to get through home- 
room. . . .A challenge is trying to outdo Doris. 





MARY ANN MORLANI 
Mary Ann 



KAREN M. MOORE 
Karen 

Sr. Play. . . .Remembers: Junior Crazy Day, all 
the kids I ate with at lunch in my senior year, 
Doc. Farello's biology class, J.V. Show, Miss 
Durkin chasing me down the hall with a ruler, 
the day before Christmas vacation in my soph- 
omore year. .. .Admires: The boy across the 
street from us. . . .My thing: Loving everybody 
and being myself. . . .Impossible dream: Finally 
graduating from W.H.S. and entering college 
.... A challenge is doing my two English term 
papers for Mrs. Aldrich. 




JOHN J. MORRISON 
John 

Basketball 1 ... .Remembers: Mr. Cripp's 
classes, junior English class, Dominic (Chico) 
Sola's gross jokes. .. .Admires: Things that I 
like. . . .My thing: Anything that happens. . . . 
Impossible dream: Chico becoming sane. . . . 
A challenge is graduating with your class. 



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JUDITH A. MULHOLLAND 

Judy 

Home Ec. Club 1,2; Tennis 2. . . .Remembers: 
Sophomore and junior years, the most fun; 
sophomore homeroom; junior English field trip; 
senior English class; Junior Prom. . . .Admires: 
M.M.'s great personality. . . .My thing: Listen- 
ing to records .... Impossible dream: To be 
able to skip school .... A challenge is becom- 
ing, an A student. 




CHRISTOPHER NEVILLE 
Chris 

Track 2; Cross Country Track 3; J.V. Show; 
Sr. Play; Color Guard 3,4. .. .Remembers: 
Miss Bo.'s French classes and skits, Mr. (Uncle 
Bob) Frazier's earth science classes in 9th 
grade, the football team missing its third 
straight championship by 6 points to Tewks- 
bury. . . Admires: Mr. DiScarina for his ability 
to get along with everybody he meets and also 
teach them what he has to. .. .Impossible 
dream: Eliminating my junior year of high 
school from the rank books. . . .A challenge is 
trying to be first in the lunch line. 

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STEVEN J. NASH 
Steve 

Baseball 4. .. .Remembers: Walking into 
Tewksbury High one morning and seeing it 
was burning. . . .Admires: 10 pounds of steak 
a night. . . .My thing: Having six lunches. . . . 
Impossible dream: Making a generator that 
works. . . A challenge is trying to make an AC 
generator in electronics. 




SCOTT NOWELL 
Scott 

Remembers: Miss Dadoly's chem. labs. .. .My 
thing: School?. .. .Impossible dream: Not go- 
ing through being a freshman. . . .A challenge 
is passing English with Mrs. Long. 





WALTER P. NEAL 
Wally 

Baseball 1,2,3; Soccer 4; Hockey 3,4; Alpha 3; 
J.V. Show. .. .Remembers: Trip to Hawaii, 
winning hockey championship in '69, beating 
Burlington for first time, W.H.S. parking lot, 
K.P., Cue Ball, Arlington, Friendly's, New 
Year's Eve '69, Bill, "Wow!— Heavy.!", York 
Beach, surf boards, Australia, C.C., A.B., candy 
drive, patron's drive. . . .Admires: Rogatten 
Vachon. . . .My thing: French skits (ha, ha) 
....Impossible dream: Starting in goal for 
hockey team. . . .A challenge is getting 600's 
on college boards. 




JANET M. O'BRIEN 
Jan 

Field Hockey 1; Science Fair 2; Pep Club 1,2, 
3; Liberal Arts Fair 3; Baskt. Cheerleading 3; 
Fb. Cheerleading 4; Sr. Play; Yearbook; N.H.S. 
4. .. .Remembers: First lunch gang, bells, the 
mailman, the M.B., "surf's up", parties, Defeat 
Dance, Snoopy therrnostaspirinbottle, C.F. 
being 21, long talks, French classes, junior 
sleepout, jokes, statues in the mall. . . .Ad- 
mires: A sincere and loyal person. .. .Impos- 
sible dream: Eternal love and peace. 



KERRY M. O'ROURKE 

Kerry 

Ski Club 2,4; Home Ec. Club 1,3; Yearbook 
....Remembers: White Horse Beach with 
Carole; Weirs; the ski trips, Sharon; Feb., 
1969! Penn Central with Murph at 3:00 a.m.; 
all the great times with the gang. . . .A chal- 
lenge is working at Friendly's after a football 
game. 





EDWARD PATENAUDE 
Eddie 



FRANCIS OUELLETTE 
Frank 



SUSAN E. PHILLIPS 
Sue 

Art Club 1,2; Ski Club 3,4 Remembers: 

Eighteen hours in a bus on 93, a certain Fri- 
day night, going to Boston with Caroline, 
going mountain climbing and surfing with the 
kids, "What's for lunch?", Mrs. Webber's 
stories, four hours in 208 every day. . . .My 
thing: Day dreaming. .. .Impossible dream: 
Getting timings in type. . . .A challenge is 
being first in the lunch line. 






KATHLEEN M. POISSON 
Kathleen 



DIANE L. PITMAN 
DeDe 

Remembers: First coming here in May last 
year, the summer of '69, taking all the lunches 
for the first week I was here, gym first period 
on Mondays. . . .Admires: Ken and his surfing 
buddies. . . .My thing: Being with Kenny. . . . 
Impossible dream: Skipping school for one 
week without getting caught. . . .A challenge is 
trying to find Kenny after first period. 



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JOHN S. PRATT 
Jack 

Remembers: All the good times with my bud- 
dies Porky, Frog, Tee, Snapper; all the guys; 
second lunch; John; D.P.. .Admires: Ann Cote 
. . . .Impossible dream: To beat the lottery. 




ROBYN REES 
Rob 

Majorettes 1,2,3; Bskt. Cheerleading 3; Fb. 
Cheerleading 4; Student Council 3; Sr. Play; 
Yearbook; Basketball 1; Softball 2; N.H.S. 4 
....Remembers: Jerry, 8/2/69, Carolee, driv- 
ing lessons, the M.B., statues in the mall, 
proms, Sr. class play, when my wig fell off, 
'69, N.U. and Melvin Hall, W.T.'s, surf's up, 
armpit, puddle, 12/30/69, Del. '66, bathroom 
lady, urns, Turkey Day, Martha, my friends, 
J.'s rope, Tina's tuna, letters, C.F., treed, 
parties, Dedham. . . .Admires: Everyday people 
....Impossible dream: Complete happiness. 

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KAREN S. PYNE 
Gomer 

Student Council 4; Art Club pres. 3,4; Ski 
Club 2,3,4; Omega 3,4; French Club 1; Alpha 
2; J.V. Show; Yearbook; Pep Club 1 Re- 
members: Uncle Vanya's Las Banyas, Melba 
and Sea Nymph II, Sonny and our discussion, 
Sunapee, Miss K., bothering Fessy, Monkee 
Concert, Hair, N. Miami Beach, Norman. . . . 
Admires: Neil Armstrong .... My thing: Just 
living. . . .Impossible dream: To end sadness 
.... A challenge is to try to do everything you 
want to in life. 




CAROLYN J. RICE 
Ricey 

Ski Club 4 . . . . Remembers: Marlboro Kid, 
Chad and Skinny, day after the Junior Prom, 
Fric and Frac, Mr. Malay's English class with 
Liz, letting Jim walk up the stairs 'first, going 
to Boston with Sue, Mike and Susan, Mrs. 
Webber's classes, the summer of '67, being 
late for P.O.D. with Patti. . . Admires: People 
who enjoy life and live it to the fullest. . . . 
My thing: Talking. .. .Impossible dream: To 
get my timings in Mrs. Webber's class. .. .A 
challenge is getting home on time. 








ELAINE J. RAZEY 

Elaine 

Concert Choir 1. . . .Remember: April 2, 1967 
at Plum Island; Jeannie's party; biology II 
class; all night discussions with M.B.; the 
emergency brake; phone bills; passing algebra 
I; getting my friendship ring from D.; greasy 
cheeseburgers; working at Valle's. . . .Admires: 
People who know where they're going. . . .My 
thing: Being with Dick. . . .Impossible dream: 
To be the person I want to be. . . .A challenge 
is getting out of bed on Monday morning. 




CHRISTINE J. RIZER 
Chris 

Concert Choir 2, My Fair Lady, J.V. Show. . . . 
Remembers: My Fair Lady rehearsals, Mr. Kel- 
ley's jokes, Concert Choir party. .. .Admires: 
Ken .... My thing: Singing .... Impossible 
dream: To marry Ken. . . .A challenge is to 
try to see the bright side of life at all times. 



ELIZABETH E. ROBBINS 
Bug 

Bskt. Cheerleading 2, Alpha 1. .. .Remembers: 
Seniors '68, Paul, 1/19/68, Reading, Nardo, 
11/15 and 12/20/69, Tamarack Rd., Cougar, 
Mac's, Gregs, Buddy, black lace, plowing, L.W. 

and M.D., R. Collins, Fcharger, T.K.E 

Admires: Lindy. . . .My thing: Hanging with 
Lindy, Linda W., Linda R., Amy, Dotti and 
Marcia. .. .Impossible dream: "A.M.D." . . . . 
A challenge is going down T. Road without 
being noticed. 




ELIZABETH P. ROMANO 
Liz 

Field Hockey 1; Concert Choir 1,2; J.V. Show 
. . . .Remembers: Sophomore sleepout 67; J.V. 
Show; Billy K.; Old Bedford Road; Fric & 
Frac; senior English; Carolyn; Don, Zuff, 
Barry; New England Dragway. .. .Admires: 
People who stand by their convictions and 
criticisms. . . .My thing: Summer sunsets on a 
deserted beach .... Impossible dream: To stop 
gossip in Wilmington. . . .A challenge is peace. 





LINDA M. ROBICHAUD 
Linda 



GEORGE F. ROBERTIE 

George 

Sr. Play .... Remembers: Boston and Cam- 
bridge, Little Gary, Honda's, dress code, the 
Great Flag Conspiracy, Jerk, Charlie, Cali- 
fornia, Big Sur, L.A.P.D., up against the wall, 
the square, D.R., all the freaks and heads, 
Jennifer .... Admires: Jerry Garcia .... My 
thing: Triumphs. . . .Impossible dream: Peace 
and freedom .... A challenge is beating the 
draft. 







KATHLEEN ROSS 
Kath 

Pep Club 1; Concert Choir 1,3; Bskt. Cheer- 
leading 2; Fb. Cheerleading 3,4; Class Treas- 
urer 3,4; Science Fair 2; J.V. Show; Sr. Play; 
Yearbook. ... Remembers: All my sons, espe- 
cially Har, Paco, Pancakes, Bob A. & Bob C; 
cheering; "Guys"; soapradio; Wingarsheek; 
Henry; singing on our way to work; Dan and 
my many mufflers; Ouackenbush; my car; Little 
Stew. . . .Admires: Sincere, friendly people. . . . 
My thing: Being "Ma". .. .Impossible dream: 
To ski to the bottom of a mountain in one 
piece.. A challenge is getting to and finishing 
college. 

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RICK RUSSELL 
Rickel 

Cross Country 1,2,3, capt. 4; Track 1,3,4; In- 
door Track 3,4; Art Club 1; My Fair Lady; 
J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: Ann H, S. N, beat- 
ing Tewksbury four years in a row in cross 
country, my first experience, Mr. Kelley. . . . 
Admires: Mr. Kelley.... My thing: Ann.... 
Impossible dream: Cross country having an un- 
defeated season.... A challenge is trying to 
stay with one girl over a year. 





LESLIE RUSSO 
Les 

Alpha 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Future 
Nurses Club 1,2,3. . . .Remembers: M, Joan, 
Gayle and her M.M., Mac's, over night con- 
ventions, all my friends, scooping, Sears, sleep- 
out junior year, proms, Va. beach, science club 
field trips and Christmas parties, June 4 . . . . 
My thing: Love, peace and happiness .... Im- 
possible dream: To bring happiness to every- 
one I know .... A challenge is happy memories. 




ROBERT C. SEMMLER 

Bobby 

Remembers: Kissing Elise in the cafe phone 
booth and getting caught by Mr. Garrett. . . . 
Admires: Elise. . . .Impossible dream: Owning 

a new G.T.O A challenge is graduating 

from college. 



LESLEY M. SARCHIONE 
Sach 

Bskt. Cheerleading 3; Fb. Cheerleading 4; Pep 
Club 1,2,3; Home Ec. Club pres. 3; Softball 
1,2; Basketball 1 . . . . Remembers: Tommy; 
Aug. 21, 1969; Memorial Day Weekend '69; 
July 4th weekend; Ossipee; Elaine's Restau- 
rant; Salisbury; skipping school and never 
getting caught; parties at Marie's and my 
house; Lucy; cheering; all nighters .... Ad- 
mires: Tommy. . . .My thing: To see if Tommy 
and I can make it a year. . . .Impossible dream: 
All of us kids putting a full week of school 
in .... A challenge is going to New York 
knowing you're of age. 




CHERYL R. SENNETT 
Cher 

J.V. Show; Alpha 1,2; Omega 4.... Remem- 
bers: Friday and Saturday nights; Mrs. Aldrich; 
my skunk Jargalin from Margo, Jan, Mai and 
Dino; Sharon's present; falling down with 
Margo and Mai; Mary 23, 1969 with Mike, 
Joan and Paul; roses from Gary and Joyce; 
summer of '69 at Bearbrook with Dennis, Joe, 
Jet, Mike and Joan; my shaving cream fight 
with Joe. .. .Admires: Mrs. Aldrich. .. .My 
thing: Love and peace. .. .Impossible dream: 
To succeed and have everything I want. . . .A 
challenge is trying to make up with someone 
who is really mad at you. 



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ANN E. SCOTT 
Ann 

J.V. Show, Yearbook .... Remembers: My 
sophomore year; being D.R.'s girl; G.C.'s pa- 
jama party; not going to Ossipee; Salisbury; 
veal cutlet sandwiches; July 4th weekend; 
Marie's house; the high school on weekends; 
long talks with J.M., M.C. and C.S.; N.Y. '69 
....Admires: The gift of true love. .. .My 
thing: Being independent .... Impossible 
dream: To win an all expenses paid trip to 
Hawaii .... A challenge is coming out on top 
in whatever I decide to do. 




CATHERINE R. SHAW 
Cathy 

Softball 1, Home Ec. Club 1 ... .Remembers: 
Ricky's, my Chevy II, A.C., the Bud twins, 
Salisbury Beach, last summer, the Mustang, 
making it back from Salisbury Beach in ten 
minutes. .. .My thing: Anything but school 
. . . .Impossible dream: To have a teacher like 
Miss Doyle for every 'class. . . .A challenge is 
passing in Mr. Cripps' class. 



JANICE M. SHAW 
Stiff 

Remembers: D.C. and A.N.'s first date; July 
26, 1968; Sept. 1, 1968; May 16, 1969; beach 
parties at Salisbury; June 8, 1969; friends; 
Woburn graduation; the Block; Feb. 14, 1969; 
'65 Olds; '57 Chevy; Oct. 18, 1969; Pewter 
Pot. . . .My thing: Playing football in the mud 
....Impossible dream: Being an airline ste- 
wardess .... A challenge is lying and making 
it sound like the truth. 





COLLEEN SMITH 
Colleen 



TERRY SILVERS 
Terry 

Sr. Play. . . .Admires: Albert Einstein. . . .My 
thing: Science and engineering .... Impossible 

dream: To go to M.I.T A challenge is 

getting all your homework in. 




DOMENIC SOLA 
Domenic 





DAVID P. STONE 
Stoney 

Soccer 2,3, capt. 4; Track 2,3. . . .Remembers: 
Taking care of J.M., Gloucester, driving around 
town, New Year's Eve. 



CLAIRE SOUTHMAYD 
Claire 



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CAROL A. STYGLES 
Carol 

Remembers: Mrs. Webber's shorthand classes, 
shorthand homework, trip to Boston to John 
Hancock, friends, running for the bus every 
morning .... My thing: Going shopping.... 
Impossible dream: To pass type with a high 
mark .... A challenge is to be a good secretary. 



KENNETH A. STOVER 
Sundance Kid 

Science Fair 2, Alpha 3, Sr. Play. .. .Remem- 
bers: My 655 Olds, the trip to Canada in 
Lorenzo's screaming V.W., the Montesa Boys 
.... Admires: Dick Keneally .... My thing: 
Triumph. . . . A challenge is to get where you're 
going. 





ROBIN M. SULLIVAN 
Robin 

Ski Club 3,4; Sr. Play. .. .Remembers: Mme. 
Baron's French skits, nineteen hours on a 
school bus on 93, alligators, J.V. Show, Junior 
Prom. . . .Admires: Everlasting green fields and 
forests .... My thing: Riding .... Impossible 
dream: Doing what you want, when you want, 
where you want. . . .A challenge is trying to 
walk down the corridors without getting push- 
ed and shoved around. 



PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN 
Sully 

Alpha 1,3,4; Omega 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Ski Club 
2,3,4; Math League 1,2,3,4; J.V. Show; Year- 
book; Science Fair 2. .. .Remembers: Hakan, 
Alan and L.T.I., Delaware '66, Atlantic, Alli- 
gator Hopping. . . .My thing: Having fun. . . . 
A challenge is being yourself. 



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DANIEL J. SULLIVAN 
Sully 

Soccer 3, Track 2, J.V. Show, Sr. Play, Ski 
Club 4. .. .Remembers: Our trip to Hawaii, 
Arzilli's '60 Chevy, the "Glee" club, third 
lunch, Morman Tabernackle Choir, the "Guys," 
Pasquale's driving lessons, the Buddies, mother, 
Bob investing in AT. and T. stocks. . . .Ad- 
mires: People who are honest. .. .My thing: 
My hair. .. .Impossible dream: To find peace 
and serenity in this troubled world .... A chal- 
lenge is trying to do my algebra and physics 
homework. 




JANE SWISHER 
Jane 

J.V. Show .... Remembers: Memorial Day 
weekend '69, July 4th weekend '69, Ossippee 
'69, Yee's, W.H.S. parking lot, Lesley's and 
my three secrets, all the parties at Marie's, 
Zelda, all the friends I've made these four 

years, Benjamin, the pits, P.D Admires: 

Barbara Striesand .... My thing: Doing the 
things I want, when I want and how I want 
without having comments made about them 
.... Impossible dream: To graduate from col- 
lege as a good dental hygienist .... A chal- 
lenge is making it to school five days a week 
and not getting caught when you don't. 



CHRISTINE A. SZADIS 
Chris 

Student Council 1 . . . . Remembers : My trip to 
Europe; Ossipee; 215 girls' room; weekends 
at the high school; summer of '69; two years 
of bookkeeping with Mr. Shiere; Mrs. Web- 
ber's talks; December 10, 1969; all the great 

friends I have made at W.H.S Admires: 

People with courage. .. .My thing: Talking, 
talking, and more talking .... Impossible 
dream: To live in a foreign country. . . .A 
challenge is a week of peace with my younger 
brother. 






DAVID THOMAS 
David 



OTTIE M. THOMAS 

Murph 

N.H.S. 3,4; Yearbook; Art Club 2,3; Science 
Club 2. .. .Remembers: The Brigade, Swain's 
Pond, the Weirs, Mac, Baltimore, the hospital, 
a generous guy from Georgia, scooping, the 
night Kerry and I spent with the Coasties. . . . 
My thing: To be free from everything but 
love'. . . .Impossible dream: To be the greatest 
unknown artist of all time. . . .A challenge is 
to live for a cause, not merely die for one. 




PATRICIA A. TIERNEY 
Pat 

J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: Salisbury; Mac's; 
Sweethearts; Nov. 23, 1967; summer '69; 
Scotty's; hanging off a porch; Aug. 22, 1969 
.... Admires: Don .... My thing: Running 
through the sheep's fold in the rain.... Im- 
possible dream: Passing Mr. Lynch's alg. II 
class.. ... A challenge is getting to English on 
time. 



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DONNA TROUT 
Donna 



KEVIN P. TOMASI 
Chooch 

Football 1 ... .Remembers: The fire in Mrs. 
Cronin's desk, smoking in the basements. . . . 
Admires: Johnny Maestro. . . .My thing: Music 
. . . .Impossible dream: To concert with Brook- 
lyn Bridge and/or Blood, Sweat and Tears. . . . 
A challenge is to succeed. 



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LINDA S. WATSON 
Lynn 

Remembers: Mac's, Greg's, M.D., Blue Charg- 
er, Walnut St., A.M.D., B.R., Boston with 
Sheil, Sunnyhurst, Doc's, "Spookie and Nato," 
all the good times with friends, Nov. 15 and 

22, Jan. 2, Sunday 1/11/70, skimobiling 

Admires: M.D My thing: Chasing charger 

....Impossible dream: To end all war, hate, 
prejudice. . . .A challenge is love and peace. 



RICHARD L. WAGSTAFF 

Waggy 

Science Club 1,2; Band 1; Concert Choir 3; 
Indoor Track 3; Track manager 2; Science 
Fair 1,2; Liberal Arts Fair 2. .. .Remembers: 
French III skits, three years with Mr. Kelley, 
my Bug, riding on the hood of Winch's truck 
in junior parade, Mr. Dicey and drafting IV 
. . . .My thing: 536-72Y. . . .Impossible dream: 
getting 100 on a calculus test. . . .A challenge 
is staying awake in physics class. 






LEIGH H. WEBSTER 

Web 

Remembers: Junior sleepout, S.C. and B.C.'s 
party, skipping and going to Hampton in the 
Saab, TA. and his hair, Doc's 9th grade sci- 
ence class. .. .Admires: A box of Screaming 
Yellow Zonkers. . . .My thing: Doing as little I 
as possible. . . .Impossible dream: Passing Mr. j 
Kelley's algebra II class .... A challenge is try- 
ing to get Bruins tickets. 



DEBRA A. WENTWORTH 
Debbie 

J.V. Show. . . .Remembers: Riding around with 
the gang in B.Q-'s Rambler, Junior Prom, New 
Year's Eve '69, French skits, junior and senior 

years, C.Y.O. dances, Y.C Admires: Mr. 

Jones, best teacher going. . . .My thing: Sleep- 
ing late in the morning. . . .Impossible dream: 
Passing French III. . . .A challenge is to go to 
college and become an English teacher. 



ELIZABETH A. WELLS 
Liz 

Basketball 1,2; Alpha 1,2; Art Club 1,2; Sr. 

Play; N.H.S. 3,4 Remembers: The M.B.; 

"Martha!" Spanish I and "caw, caw!"; play 
rehearsals; "super saab"; silver sands; Sears; 
surfing; "Get the bathroom lady"; the drive- 
way; Madame et "soyez miserable"; navels; 
New Year's Eve '69; Syd's and Justine's p.j. 
parties; Tina's tuna; "kill, kill"; Turkey Day; 
Mac's; rudeness at the office; friends; Mr. 
Kelley's classes; N.I.S.; alligators. . . .Admires: 
Sincerity. .. .A challenge is maintaining your 
sanity after four years of W.H.S. 

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MARION A. WHITNEY 
Hey Red 

Science Club 1,2; Alpha 2; Omega 3,4... 
Remembers: July 23, the J.V. Show, 216, D.W. 

and M.F Admires: M.A.L My thing: 

Writing poetry and short stories .... Impossible 
dream: Meeting Mark.... A challenge is not! 
getting injured every winter. 



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MARK R. WINCHELL 
Chad 

Track 1,2,3, capt. 4; Indoor Track 3,4; Cross 
Country Track 3; Soccer 4; Football 1; Draft- 
ing Standards Club 3. .. .Remembers: The 

Machine, junior sleepout, Bwana, G.M 

Impossible dream: 50 feet on the bounce. . . . 
A challenge is getting home on time. 



KENNETH J. WILLIAMS 
Kenny 

Remembers: French III skits, Latin class, De- 
moulas, Junior Parade, Mr. Kelley's algebra 
II, Mr. Kelley's hat, Chad's truck. . . .Impossi- 
ble dream: A car. . . .A challenge is riding 
with J. 



CAMERA SHY 

Thomas Allen 
Sonia Arakelow 
Charles Arsenault 
Gary Belofsky 
John Brunelle 
Paul Cole 
James Coste 
John Friburg 
James Graves 
Janice Gunn 
Michael T. Kelly 
Robert Lee 
William Lena 





DALE C. WITHAM 
Ralph 

Alpha 1, J.V. Show Remembers: J.C.; L.R.; 

P.T.; Billerica Forum 1/14/70 with L.A. and 
J.M.; L. Airport with L.S., J.S., A.S., Hoover, 
and C.S.; ciggin' at one with Hoover; P. Pot; 
C.B.'s yearly party; Q.A.'s classes; sleepout at 
Griff's; the kids; Sunset Park; D. Store; birth- 
day parties; written letters. .. .Admires: The 
boys in Viet Nam. . . My thing: To live some- 
where other than Wilmington. .. .Impossible 
dream: Good school lunches. 



CAROL A. YENTILE 
Sharty 

Remembers: Uncle Geno's P.O.D. class; the 
summers of '66, '61, and '69; all my fights wi(h 

Miss K My thing: Doing whatever I want, 

. . . .Impossible dream: Being taller than anyone 
else. 



CAMERA SHY 

David Malone 
Edward Mann 
Richard Mitrano 
William Nickerson 
Donald Noonan 
Robert Ricigliano 
Karen Ronan 
Michael Russo 
David Walsh 
John Whitnell 
Valerie Wood 
Robert Zengilowski 



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VALEDICTORY 



Most of today's youth disagree with their parents on everything from hair 
styles to student demonstrations. This conflict has been termed the Generation 
Gap. However, the term, generation gap, is no longer and probably never has 
been applicable to the parent-youth situation. Not only is the term much too 
general, but it concludes that there is no solution to the problem. There has 
always existed an age gap between parents and their children, but never before 
has there been as much friction between them as there is today. This friction 
isn't the result of a generation gap. Rather, it is the result of a lack of under- 
standing between both parties. 

Parents can't understand why youth doesn't accept what adults say without 
question. Youth can't understand why their questioning is answered with, "Be- 
cause I said so." Most of our parents grew up in an atmosphere of parental 
supremacy. They were taught to obey their parents without question. Parents 
were always right and knew what was best for all. A grandparent was usually 
around to carry on their teaching of past generations. But today, this no longer 
holds true. Most grandparents now live in senior citizen homes. For the first 
time, youth has a chance to think about things and develop opinions rather 
than blindly accepting those of their parents. Why shouldn't they be able to 
question! One can only learn by questioing those things which are not under- 
stood. Why must parents always be right! Parents are just as human as every- 
one else, thus, capable of making mistakes. Their views on various issues could 
be based on old facts that have since changed. What was best to do when they 
were young may no longer hold true. 

In courtrooms, both parties are given a chance to present their case. This 
is what the youth of today want — a chance to tell their point of view. Under- 
standing can only be accomplished if both parties are given the opportunity 
to express their opinion, and, most important of all, if both parties listen to 
each other's opinion. Hearing is one thing; listening is another. 

The youth of today aren't revolutionaries. They are just trying to make them- 
selves heard. Often demonstrations are the only means of getting people to 
listen. Students don't want power. They just want to be given more say in run- 
ning their own lives. The following statement appeared in the magazine, 
American Youth: "There exists today, the basic conflict of youth trying to live 
an independent life while still seeking parental support and guidance to fall 
back on." The key word of the entire statement is guidance. There as a great 
difference between ruling and guiding. A person can't be expected to mature 
unless he is given the added responsibilities that accompany adulthood. It is 
also true, though, that the person must be guided in the right direction as he 
matures. A baby can't be expected to learn how to walk if he is always carried. 
But it is also true that while the baby is learning to walk, he must be guided 
by the hand. 

There have been many changes at W.H.S. this past year. One important 
change was the abolishment of the dress code. This gave students the responsi- 
bility and freedom of wearing the clothing and hair styles of their choice. But 
more changes are necessary. Student-teacher committees should be appointed 
to decide on new courses that would appeal to students and also prepare them 
to deal with our world today. School should be a place where students learn 
to express their own ideas, not accept other people's ideas as their own. Every- 
one has to develop his own values in life. No one can just adopt his teacher's 
values. This can only be accomplished if courses are changed in such a way 
that students become really involved. 

Understanding is necessary for these changes. Our generation will make the 
world that our children will live in. Will they then face the same situation we 
face today? Not if both generations understand that changes are necessary as 
time goes on. A person will try to understand others only if those around him 
try to understand him. 

Carolyn Cosman 



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SALUTATORY 



For some, today's ceremony will be the conclusion of for- 
mal education; for others, the conclusion of twelve years of 
preparation for further education. During these years, we 
as students have been prompted in every direction to accept 
all of the knowledge we can. Finally the day arrives; we are 
handed our diplomas and sent out into the world. Here, the 
challenge of life begins, to see how effectively we can put 
to use the knowledge we have acquired. 

Each generation comes to a time when it is in the majority. 
As men and women making up the majority one day, we will 
formulate the world that mankind is to live in until the next 
generation. We face the time when we have to think of our- 
selves, making decisions — decisions that will pave the way 
for our future. There is so much emphasis put on "doing 
your own thing" at present. Tomorrow will be the proof of 
how well we think for ourselves. 

There are some who fail under the strain of our fast mov- 
ing society. There are many more, however, who will not 
fail. With faith in God they will not become discouraged or 
falter. "For faith is a force greater than knowledge, power, 
or skill." 

The effectiveness of our knowledge and faith will be seen 
in the future — a future which is ours! 

Deborah Dayton 




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ESSAY 



To many of the students here today happiness is the final and long awaited 
farewell to high school days, as they look forward to new horizons. 

The Declaration of Independence says, ". . . that all men are created equal, 
that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that 
among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." 

"Pursuit of happiness" is the key phrase here. Happiness must be looked 
for because it is not going to jump into a person's waiting arms. Each person 
must seek happiness in his own way, because Thoreau said, "Man is the arti- 
ficer of his own happiness." 

Some people are happy practicing their careers; others may not be happy 
working under poor conditions. So they seek happiness by striking and picket- 
ing. Demonstrations for peace may be an attempt by some people to seek hap- 
piness. Happiness may not be found, however, when it destroys things or in- 
terferes with the happiness of someone else. 

To very small children happiness is playing with the Christmas wrapping 
paper not the presents. To other small children joy may come by not having to 
drink milk or eat spinach. 

To Lucy, of the Peanuts characters, happiness is something to look forward 
to. Charlie Brown says happiness is having the bell ring just as you are called 
on to recite. And to Charlie Brown's sister happiness is having the pediatrician 
say, "No, I guess she won't need a shot." 

Many people feel that personal happiness is created when helping others. 
In the large cities and even the small towns, people are too self-centered to 
be concerned with anyone but themselves — and helping others would be be- 
yond them. 

True happiness comes from within — it's a sort of satisfaction, and it does 
not depend on outward things or material possessions. When a person's sense 
of well-being depends on outside circumstances then he is in bad shape. 

Happiness should be treated like a muscle — it needs exercise. Like an unex- 
ercised body that becomes fat, uncomfortable, and unhealthy, an unexercised 
smile becomes stiff and sour. "A merry heart maketh for a cheerful counte- 
nance." The exercise of happiness requires life's full participation. The pur- 
suit may not always be sweet or delightful, but as long as we are aware of its 
purpose the bad times become easy to bear and the exercise will be rewarding. 

Walt Whitman said this in his "Song of Myself": 

There is that in me — I do not know what it is — but I know it is in me. . . . 

Something it swings on more that the earth I swing on. 

To it the creation is the friend whose embracing awakes me. . . . 

It is not chaos or death — it is form, union, plan — it is eternal fire — it is 

happiness. 

There are many ingredients to happiness. Some of them are contentment, 
good acts, clear conscience, friends, a cheerful heart, good health, freedom, 
courage, tranquility of mind, faith and hope. 

Happiness is much more than comfort, enjoyment or satisfaction; it is a 
gladness that is overflowing. Each of us here will find, or will at least keep 
searching for, his complete happiness and contentment. We may not find it 
in an end result of something, but perhaps in the doing of it. 

The grand essentials of happiness in this life are something to do, some- 
thing to love, something to hope for, and something to beleive in. Seeking and 
sharing happiness are the world's greatest treasures. 

Joan McQuaid 



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The morning of June 8, 1970, finds Mr. McMahon sitting in his office glee- 
fully grinning at the thunderstorm raging outside. Strange, why is he so happy ? 
Ah, yes, yesterday he pronounced the Class of '70 officially and legally dead. 
Now all that remains is the reading of their will, and their memories will join 
the others haunting the halls of the High School. 

A huge, padlocked box is sitting in the middle of his office. With a peal or" 
thunder and a flash of lightning accompanying him, Mr. McMahon unlocks 
it and cautiously raises the lid, not knowing what to expect. The memory of 
this class is too fresh in his mind. 

The first thing to catch his attention is Billy Irwin's centerfold, left to Mr. 
Garrett. Next to that are a hot dog, a pea, and a dead pigeon that Dotty Cas- 
taldo leaves to Sue Landers. Looking further, he finds that: Robyn Rees leaves 
the M.B. to some needy junior girl; also, to her brother, Tom, notes on 1001 
ways to make four years at W.H.S. go faster; Kathi and Janny leave their alli- 
gators to posterity; Charlotte McCain leaves her Chicago Fire to Patti Hodgdon 
and Patti Lawrenson, and her unfinished, mutilated mobile to Brenda Graves 
and Carl Cotter; Dotti Jewer leaves her first place in line to the runt of '71; 
Carol Cosman leaves ten fingers to all the short juniors so they can reach the 
top lockers. 

Completely overwhelmed by the generosity of the class, Mr. McMahon is 
eager to see what else is hidden in the box. 

A supply of pens and pencils is left to Jack Warford by Marie Curran, who 
also leaves a handshake and a kiss to Mike DeFilippo and Carl Capozzi. N.L., 
L.R. and G.B. leave a used pipe and a few black armbands to any upcoming 
revolutionaries. George Robertie leaves one slightly used reach clip to Robert 
Baker. Dale's gym socks are left to anyone who can get them white again. Tom 
Kenninson leaves his favorite picture of President Nixon to all underclassmen. 
Cathe Cone leaves the "Pole" to Susan Adams, pink and yellow polkadots to 
a certain senior boy, and her book by Stillman to Janis. Anne Blaisdell leaves 
a "Happy Cup" to Debbi Dayton. A false tooth is left by Kathy Ross to any 
toothless underclassman. The senior girls leave "Martha" to Sonja. Pat Gard- 
ner leaves her little red basket, and to Robyn her "wing." Justine leaves her 
"Support the Naturally Curly" card to all fuzzies. Tightly wrapped in a small 
box are the fidgies left by Gale and sister, Sydna, to any spastic in dire need. 

Mr. McMahon, a little fearful now, pushes through the collection of senior 
valuables. 

The cast of the Senior Class Play leaves the door to Harry Landers. Cathe 
Cone leaves "The Desk" to Sandy Dennis. A Dirty Old Lady suit is left by 
Janis to next year's Junior Variety Show. Janet, Cathe, Sydna and Justine leave 
their bells to a passing cow. Nancy leaves a package of Oreos and "The Title" 
to number 1 of the junior class. Bev Jacobs leaves to the underclassmen and 
school, her confidence, stability, and whatever she has that she doesn't want. 
Bruce Maclnnis leaves Bill DeLisle and the rest of the groundhogs thirty pairs 
of knee pads. 

Now Mr. McMahon's fears are justified. Pat Graves leaves Barb G. and 
others the job of cleaning the cigarette butts out of the vents and putting out 
the fires. Kathi, Carol, Syd and JOB leave a Snoopy thermos and an aspirin bottle 
of firewater. Janet Mather leaves her skirts to any worthy freshman. Peggy leaves 
to W.H.S. three more years of teaching Mahoneys. A list of his songs is left to 
next year's Ski Club by Mike Lane. Gayle and Syd leave their doorknobs to 
Smitty, wherever she may be. 

"I wonder what they did like in this school," says Mr. McMahon, "The 
lunches? The subjects? The teachers" Shuddering, he continues his rummaging. 

Glee Corsetti leaves to her brother, Danny, the lunches she didn't eat. Susan 
Brown leaves a new canoe paddle to the ladies in the kitchen to stir the rice 
with, along with six banana skins to the teacher aides. Dotty Castaldo, Mary 
Alice Branzetti, and Susan Brown leave the cafeteria ladies twenty-five bananas 
with the hope that some underclassman dares to break their record. The First 
Lunch Gang leaves "Their Table." 

Mr. McMahon now comes across typewriter ribbon, math books, gym and 



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sports equipment, and other assorted prizes. There are all the five and ten min- 
ute timings left by Linda Hodgdon to junior girls struggling to make their 
quota. Marion leaves all the ten and five minute timings she didn't get to all 
Type II and Type III students. Lyn, Joycie, Linda and Ralph leave three pe- 
riods of sitting in 208A to anyone who can stand it. 

Janis Jaquith leaves four fruitless years of algebra to anyone who can add. 
Susan Laughton leaves a bottle of aspirin for all students who bothered to 
study for algebra tests but failed. Danny Sullivan leaves one slightly used al- 
gebra book to Mr. Jones. Patty Sullivan and Debbi Dayton leave Miss Faro 
as "Ma" for next year's Math League. A pack of gum and a scraper are left 
to Mr. Kelley by Pat Sullivan and Lorraine Kenney, who also leave their 
French marks to poor unsuspecting juniors. 

To anybody who knows Mr. Malay, Ellen Balsar leaves all the days she had 
to stay after for him, and the door to the cafe that Susan Laughton and she 
opened on him and nearly killed him with. Bev Jacobs leaves her smile and cheer- 
fulness to R.M.M. 

Further searching reveals that Ann Hyland leaves a jar of Marshmallow 
Fluff and a box of HiHo crackers to Mrs. Kanchuga and Miss David; the Class 
of '70 leaves a long tie to Mr. Garrett; Kathi leaves ten Booster Buttons to 
Miss McCarthy; Joyce McMillan, Joannie Cushing, Patti Griffin, Susan Brown, 
and Dotty Castaldo all leave Miss McCarthy and Miss Dadoly. 

Piled in a megaphone, Mr. McMahon finds Lesley Sarchione's cheering uni- 
form, left to Chickie. The cheerleaders leave the pyramid to anyone with a 
strong back. "Uglies" numbers 1, 5, 6, and 9 leave their positions to be 
filled by next year's squad. Robyn Rees leaves her wig to the Burlington foot- 
ball field. Joyce Maclver leaves the many funfilled days of cheerleading to her 
sister, Sally. 

Peggy Mahoney leaves the painsaking hours of majorette practice to Joan 

Cuoco, along with the trouble and joy of organizing activities for her class. 

Maureen Kelley leaves her sisters a year with Mr. D. Sydna, Janny, and 
Gayle leave their "crudeness, disrespect, and ignorance" to Uncle Gino. 

Jane Swisher leaves her "perfect attendance" record to her brother, Bobby, 
along with a year's subscription to the Pewter Pot Breakfast Club. Jan Mc- 
Lean's perfect attendance record is left to her brother, Frank. Ann, Jan, and 
Sheila leave their perfect attendance to Marcia. Jan, Sheila, and Maureen leave 
their reservations at Hojo's for breakfast to anyone who wants to fill them. 
Many mornings at Howard Johnson's and many days at Glee's are left to Joan 
Cuoco and Donna Brewster by Patti Griffin. Luckily, Jane Swisher and Lesley 
Sarchione leave, to anyone who needs it, their book of 1001 Tardiness Excuses. 

Mr. McMahon gets really worried when he digs deeper into the box. 180 
skip days are left by Linda Hodgdon to her sister, Patti. Peggy Mahoney leaves 
to her brother, Michael, all the skip days she never took. Sheila, Jan and Mau- 
reen leave Marcia and Donna an open invitation to go to the beach any day. 
The right to proclaim every sunny day an official skip-to-the-beach day is left 
to Joannie, Marie and Donna by Glee Corsetti. A note of hope, though, be- 
cause Sheila Croswell leaves to her brother, Wayne, her vacant homeroom seat, 
and Joyce and Bruce regretfully leave homeroom seats beside each other for 
six years. 

Finally, only three things are left in the box. There is a bottle of aspirin for 
all the headaches Linda Carrasco got from Wilmington High that she leaves 
to Maureen. Patti Griffin, Glee Corsetti, and Peggy Mahoney leave all the apa- 
thy they felt at W.H.S. to underclassmen. Susan Brown leaves a lot of hope 
that the students next year accomplish a lot more than allowing the girls and 
boys to sit together at lunch. 

Despite the many sighs of relief, the Class of '70 will never die; it will just 
fade away to blend with the past classes in that final resting place — the big 
homeroom in the sky. 

Elizabeth Wells 



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HISTORY 



We were brought together as a class in the fall of 1964 at the North Inter- 
mediate School. Two years were spent there; memories included our Principal, 
Mr. DeLuca and writing papers about life inside a ping-pong ball. 

In 1966 as big kids, we entered the High School. Freshman year we endured 
a Freshman-Senior War which has never been matched. 

Sophomore year we were allowed to run a dance, which turned out to be a 
big flop. Our class broke a two year tradition on "Sophomore Day", a day 
in which the students are allowed to dress in accordance with a theme voted on 
by the class. The administration said it was not a normal thing, just something 
that was permitted for the two previous classes, not to be permitted every year. 

Junior year brought a change in class advisor and a change in class attitude. 
In the fall we ran a Battle of the Bands; a dance where two bands play but 
only one is paid. In the spring we ran the Junior Variety Show; it was the one 
thing we did as a class that was a success. Clique prejudices were forgotten; 
everyone worked hard together, and it was fun. I don't know about anyone else, 
but the Monday after the show, I was sorry to be going home instead of to re- 
hearsal. The week of the hardest rehearsals was also Junior Week. In Junior 
Week as for Sophomore Day our class was held down by the administration, 
we were told that our "week" was to be cut to three days. The reason given 
was the number of school days lost during February because of snow. We got 
around losing the two days by having Dress-up Day and Blue Day. Two weeks 
before this was the Junior Prom, held at the Hillview Country Club in North 
Reading. Everyone looked nice; it was strange to see our class so dressed up. 
In June the class attempted a barbeque and block dance. As luck would have 
it, it rained. The dance was transfered to the gym so it was not a total loss. 

Senior year has passed quickly. The dress code was finally abolished which 
made school less formal. We almost broke another tradition by not having a 
Senior Class Play for lack of a director. Finally Miss Waitkevich and Mrs. 
Long agreed to direct the play. We chose "Up the Down Staircase", a farce 
about high schools. We held a big candy sale to earn money for the class trip 
to New York City. This year the trip to visit the United Nations lasted three 
days instead of two. We visited television shows, the Bronx Zoo, Greenwich 
Village, the U. N., N.B.C. studios, Fillmore East and went on a three hour 
boat ride around Manhattan Island which was really quite interesting. We did 
not have too much free time, but we managed. 

Looking back over the last few years, the years which we've supposedly 
grown into adults, a lot has happened. Our country has been torn internally 
by a variety of conflicts — the race conflict and the Vietnam conflict. The socie- 
ty which we enter has many problems which will not be solved by running 
from them. What we've got to do is work constructively. Making this country 
a better place for our generation and generations to come. 

Anne Blaisdell 



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